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Appellate Lawyer of the Week: Winning a Case Before 5th Circuit’s Newest Judge

25 Oct 2014 Posted by Legal Staff in Corporate and Business Law in Texas, Law Questions by Texas Cities, Press, Texas Law Questions

Kenton Brice, associate with Highland Village’s Chirstman Kelley & Clarke Kenton Brice, associate with Highland Village’s Chirstman Kelley & Clarke It’s difficult enough for a lawyer to convince the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit to allow a client out of an arbitration…

I Want to Change the Child Custody Arrangement!

28 Jun 2014 Posted by Legal Staff in California Law Questions, Child Custody, Child Custody Law, Child Custody Law in California, Child Custody Law in Texas, Law Blog for California and Texas, Law Questions by California Cities, Law Questions by Texas Cities, Texas Law Questions

You are desperate to change the existing child support order, but you have no idea how to do it. You have no idea what the Court will look at in making its decision. You have an agreement with your ex-spouse to make changes. Your pre-existing…

How far will the SLAPP Statute go?

15 Apr 2014 Posted by Legal Staff in California Law Questions, Civil Litigation, Civil Litigation Law in California, Law Blog for California and Texas, Law Questions by California Cities, Law Questions by Texas Cities, Lender Liability Law in California, Texas Law Questions

How far will the SLAPP Statute go?  Recent Developments show it Extends to Residential Home Transactions where, much to the Chagrin of Homeowners, Renters Inform Potential Buyers of Sex Offenders in the Neighborhood.   By: Dugan P. Kelley             Remember the saying growing up, “if…