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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
16-0457 THE STATE OF TEXAS v. BERNARD MORELLO 2018-05-11
15-0712 JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, N.A., ET AL. v. ORCA ASSETS G.P., L.L.C. 2018-04-23
16-0498 JEFFERSON COUNTY, TEXAS v. JEFFERSON COUNTY CONSTABLES ASSOCIATION 2018-04-30
17-0262 ANNETTE KNOPF AND STANLEY GRAY v. WILLIAM ROBERT GRAY, KAREN ANN GRAY, AND POLASEK FARMS, LLC 2018-04-19
16-0651 DUDLEY CONSTRUCTION, LTD., RICHARD MARK DUDLEY, AND HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY v. ACT PIPE AND SUPPLY, INC. 2018-04-18
16-0542 FORT WORTH TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY, MCDONALD TRANSIT ASSOCIATES, INC., MCDONALD TRANSIT, INC., AND LESHAWN VAUGHN v. MICHELE RODRIGUEZ AND NEW HAMPSHIRE INSURANCE COMPANY 2018-05-11
15-0683 EXLP LEASING, LLC AND EES LEASING, LLC v. GALVESTON CENTRAL APPRAISAL DISTRICT 2018-04-02
16-0662 CONOCOPHILLIPS COMPANY AND BURLINGTON RESOURCES OIL & GAS CO., L.P. v. RALPH WADE KOOPMANN, KAREN MARIE KOENIG, LORENE H. KOOPMANN, AND LOIS STRIEBER, INDIVIDUALLY AND AS EXECUTRIX OF THE ESTATE OF JERRY STRIEBER 2018-04-24