St. Mary's Law Journal
Hospital Liability May Be Based on Either Doctrine of Ostensible Agency or Doctrine of Corporate Negligence.
Gregory T. Perkes
Protecting the Record for Appeal: A Reference Guide in Texas Civil Cases.
David E. Keltner and Melinda R. Burke
Trial Court Jurisdiction and Control over Judgments.
Collecting Attorney Fees from the Government in Tax Litigation: An Analysis of the Winners and Prospects for the Future.
Craig J. Langstraat
Premises Liability in Texas - Time for a Reasonable Change.
Kathryn E. Eriksen
Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) - Maintenance of a Private Civil RICO Action Does Not Require a Showing That the Defendant Has Been Criminally Convicted of the Predicate Acts Nor That the Plaintiff Has Sustained a Racketeering Injury Distinct from the Alleged Predicate Acts.
Ruth E. Greenfield
Reversal Due to Fundamental Error in the Jury Charge Requires a Showing of Egregious Harm to the Accused if the Error is Not Objected to at Trial.
Michael H. Bassett
An Employer's Intentional Failure to Maintain a Safe Work Place is Not an Intentional Act Unless the Employer is Substantially Certain That Such Conduct Would Cause the Injury.
David S. Goldberg