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Legal Deadlines in a Lawsuit, You Must Know What “Last Day to File” Means

17Nov2017Posted by Legal Team in Civil Litigation, Civil Litigation Law in California, Law Blog for California and Texas, Texas Law Questions

Legal Deadlines:  What does “Last Day to File” Mean?  By Matthew Clarke   If you are a civil litigation lawyer in private practice or you represent yourself in a civil case, legal deadlines are a part of your life.  Your calendar must always be accurate…

Consider Christman, Kelley & Clarke, PC as Your Denton County Lawyers

11Oct2017Posted by Legal Team in Civil Litigation, Denton Child Custody, Denton Texas Divorce, Employment Law in Texas, Law Questions by Texas Cities, Texas Law Questions

Skilled and Experienced Denton County Lawyers If you need competent and responsive legal help in Denton County, we are the Denton County lawyers to assist with your legal issue. Christman Kelley & Clarke, PC attorneys are both aggressive in civil litigation and thoughtful advisors for…

How far will the SLAPP Statute go?

15Apr2014Posted 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

Recent Developments show the SLAPP Statute 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             The SLAPP Statute lesson: Remember the saying growing…

Are Attorneys Now Insulated From Malpractice During Mediation?

15Feb2014Posted by Kenton Brice in California Law Questions, Civil Litigation, Civil Litigation Law in California, Employment Law in California, Law Blog for California and Texas, Law Questions by California Cities

Are Attorneys Now Insulated by Mediation Confidentiality From Malpractice During Mediation? By Matthew Clarke Have you ever wondered if something you said or did during a mediation could come back to haunt you? The California Supreme Court recently addressed the scope of California’s mediation confidentiality…