Monthly Archives: October 2015

New Hurdles for Defect Claims by Condo Associations in Texas

There are two new sections in the Texas Property Code which will provide protection for developers and their design professionals from actions brought by condominium associations for construction defect or design claims. The impetus for this change grew out of

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Posted in Construction

Looking to the Constitution for Recovery Options Due to Seasonal Flooding

Earlier this year, Houstonians awoke to find most of their city underwater. This month, South Carolina experienced torrential rains that were so severe that—in some areas—the total rainfall exceeded the expected rain totals for a 1 in 1,000 year storm.

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Posted in Government Tort and Inverse

Consider Using Social Media to Enhance Your Subro Investigation

ICYMI: Social Media has Revolutionized the Gathering, Sharing and Publication of Information both Newsworthy and Non-Newsworthy. The use of social media posts authored by members of the public and casual observers to describe news-as-it-happens is prominent even among traditional media

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Posted in Cyber; IoT and Technology, Legal and Evidentiary Issues
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