Bruington v. Pedernal: Texas Supreme Court Rules Dismissal With Prejudice Not Required After Failure to Include Certificate of Merit.
Bruington v. Pedernal: Texas Supreme Court rules dismissal with prejudice not required after failure to include certificate of merit.By: S.W. “Whitney” Knight On April 28, 2017, the Texas Supreme Court resolved a conflict among several Texas appellate courts in holding that trial courts...
Proposed legislation in Texas may shift the default responsible party between owners and contractors for defects in construction plans and specifications.By: Tyler T. O'Halloran May 23, 2017
House Bill 2170 (currently parked in the House Ways & Means Committee), proposes...
The Texas Legislature is wrestling with potential legislative changes that, if passed, would substantially erode contractors’ ability to prevent disclosure of bidding information on public projects.
By: Kaleb Walker
A Question of Consequence: Will Allensworth Presents at the State Bar of Texas Construction Law Conference