Tag Archives: Texas

How Little May an Employee Allege for Retaliation Protection?

The question of when a worker has raised concerns about discrimination sufficient to gain retaliation protection has not been answered consistently and clearly by courts. A case in Texas may provide clarification. The Texas Supreme Court, in Apache Corp. v. Davis, has been asked to evaluate a lower court ruling on the subject.  The lower court … Continue Reading

Texas Amended Rule 106 on Substitute Service: Have You Been Served?

Attempting to align the Texas legal system with current realities, effective December 31, 2020, Rule 106 of the Texas Rules of Civil Procedure is amended to allow substitute service by “social media, email, or other technology ….”  Indeed, any plaintiff faced with the previous options for substitute service (essentially, publication in a physical newspaper or … Continue Reading
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