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Presentation: Summary Judgments in Texas

David F. Johnson, lead writer for the Texas Fiduciary Litigator blog recently presented his paper on “Summary Judgments in Texas” at the State Bar of Texas’s Advanced Civil Appellate Course in Austin, Texas.  This presentation included a discussion of the finality of summary judgments, the standard and scope of review of traditional and no-evidence summary judgments in… Continue Reading

David F. Johnson Named Top Author in JDSupra Readers’ Choice Awards

David F. Johnson, lead writer for the Texas Fiduciary Litigator blog, has been recognized as a top author by JDSupra in the 2019 Readers’ Choice Awards. JD Supra’s Readers’ Choice Awards encompasses 26 different categories. From a pool of more than 800 authors, David’s insightful commentary was ranked fourth in the wealth management readership category.… Continue Reading

Recorded Webinar—Trustees’ Ability to Retain and Pay Attorneys in Texas

Thank you to everyone who joined us on September 18 for the webinar “Trustees’ Ability to Retain and Pay Attorneys in Texas.”  The recorded webinar link is available now.  If you are interested in joining our next complimentary webinar or presentation, please send your request to dfjohnson@winstead.com . David F. Johnson, lead writer for the Texas… Continue Reading

Recorded Webinar – Recent Developments In Trustees’ Use Of Exculpatory, Release, and Disclaimer-Of-Reliance Clauses In Texas

Thank you to everyone who joined us on June 13 for the webinar “Recent Developments In Trustees’ Use Of Exculpatory, Release, and Disclaimer-Of-Reliance Clauses In Texas.”  The recorded webinar link is now available.  If you are interested in joining our next complimentary webinar, please send your request to dfjohnson@winstead.com. David F. Johnson, lead writer for the… Continue Reading
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