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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
18-0664 PRSI TRADING, LLC v. HARRIS COUNTY, TEXAS 2020-03-16
18-0740 THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN v. APRIL GARNER 2019-11-19
18-0703 LANE THOMAS SHINOGLE v. BENJAMIN WHITLOCK AND BRIANNA WHITLOCK 2020-03-04
18-0581 PIRANHA PARTNERS, RANDOLPH MUNDT, AND THOMAS H. OWEN, JR., INDIVIDUALLY AND AS PARTNERS OF PIRANHA PARTNERS, AND CHARLES RAY OWEN v. JOE B. NEUHOFF AND NANCY M. NEUHOFF; THOMAS H. NEUHOFF AND JUDY A. NEUHOFF; ROBERT V. NEUHOFF AND ANDREA D. NEUHOFF; AND BOCA VAIL, INC. 2020-03-05
18-1065 HOMER HILLIS v. HENRY MCCALL 2020-03-23