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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
17-0588 ERIC D. HILLMAN v. NUECES COUNTY, TEXAS AND NUECES COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY’S OFFICE 2019-04-29
17-0266 BURLINGTON RESOURCES OIL & GAS COMPANY LP v. TEXAS CRUDE ENERGY, LLC AND AMBER HARVEST, LLC 2019-04-17
16-1013 ANADARKO PETROLEUM CORPORATION AND ANADARKO E&P COMPANY, L.P. v. HOUSTON CASUALTY COMPANY, ET AL. 2019-03-13
17-0901 LINDA FERREIRA v. DOUGLAS W. BUTLER AND DEBRA L. BUTLER 2019-05-03
18-0278 DANIEL S. BARNETT AND ABOVO CORPORATION v. RICHARD B. SCHIRO 2019-05-10
17-0463 GLASSDOOR, INC., DOE 1, AND DOE 2 v. ANDRA GROUP, LP 2019-03-13
17-0666 INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MACHINES CORPORATION v. LUFKIN INDUSTRIES, INC. 2019-04-01
17-0409 CHARLES J. HUGHES v. TOM GREEN COUNTY 2019-03-25
17-0058 LARRY EDDINGTON, VINCENT J. AURENTZ, AND WILLIAM J. BUTLER v. DALLAS POLICE AND FIRE PENSION SYSTEM AND WILLIAM F. QUINN, IN HIS OFFICIAL CAPACITY AS BOARD CHAIR 2019-03-19
16-0644 MERCEDES-BENZ USA, LLC, JACK L. HOLT, CRAIG W. DEARING AND FRANK J. OSWALD, JR. v. CARDUCO, INC. D/B/A CARDENAS METROPLEX 2019-05-10
17-0328 TRACY WINDRUM, INDIVIDUALLY, AND ON BEHALF OF HER MINOR CHILDREN, B.W., J.W., AND H.W. v. VICTOR KAREH, M.D. 2019-03-13