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Motions to Rehear a Recent Opinion

 

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
15-0502 NOBLE ENERGY, INC. v. CONOCOPHILLIPS COMPANY 2017-09-21
14-0721 USAA TEXAS LLOYDS COMPANY v. GAIL MENCHACA 2017-06-22
15-0921 UNITED SCAFFOLDING, INC. v. JAMES LEVINE 2017-08-14
15-0591 IN RE NATIONAL LLOYDS INSURANCE COMPANY, WARDLAW CLAIMS SERVICE, INC. AND IDEAL ADJUSTING, INC. 2017-07-26
15-0968 LONGVIEW ENERGY COMPANY v. THE HUFF ENERGY FUND LP, WRH ENERGY PARTNERS LLC, WILLIAM R. "BILL" HUFF, RICK D’ANGELO AND RILEY-HUFF ENERGY GROUP LLC 2017-07-26