These recent decisions of the Court are being challenged through a motion for rehearing. Under Texas law, the Court has 180 days to resolve rehearing motions.
|Docket||Case Name||Rehearing Filed|
|17-0081||CITY OF KRUM, TEXAS v. TAYLOR RICE||2017-12-18|
|16-0164||BARBARA BATY v. OLGA FUTRELL, CRNA, AND COMPLETE ANESTHESIA CARE, P.C.||2018-03-06|
|15-0683||EXLP LEASING, LLC AND EES LEASING, LLC v. GALVESTON CENTRAL APPRAISAL DISTRICT||2018-04-02|
|16-0651||DUDLEY CONSTRUCTION, LTD., RICHARD MARK DUDLEY, AND HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY v. ACT PIPE AND SUPPLY, INC.||2018-04-18|