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Errata Sheet Considerations

During depositions there are many things that can go awry in the process, the most significant of which can be your client making a mistake or providing inaccurate testimony. What can you do? What remedies should you pursue, if any? You can cross examine your witness...

The Bassett Firm Operations Amid COVID 19 Pandemic

On March 13th the Supreme Court of Texas issued its first order regarding COVID-19 that permitted all judges to modify or suspend any deadlines and procedures and move to remote hearings, depositions, and other proceedings. This order also permitted the extension of...

Social Media and Texas Court Rooms

Today social media is used for any and everything. People use social media to stay connected with friends and family, to promote businesses, to share memories, or just as entertainment. According to Statista.com, in 2019 seventy-nine percent of America, which is...

Preserving Privilege in Cybersecurity

Cyber-crime is perhaps the number one threat that most companies face today. Investing in strong cybersecurity, therefore, is crucial for safely operating any type of business in this modern age. Cybersecurity is the protection of internet-connected systems and data...

Challenging Damage Experts

In the past, challenging experts based on their lack of qualifications and under the 6 factors recognized in Robinson was the standard.i However, there is now a new method to challenging experts -the "gap analysis" introduced in Gammill.iiThe Texas Supreme court best...

TEXTING AND DRIVING LAW: TEXAS HOUSE BILL NO. 62

On September 1, 2017, Texas H.B. Bill No. 62 took effect, which is a new law that prohibits texting while driving.1 Under the new Texas law, texting while driving and the use of a portable wireless device to read, write, or send an electronic message, while operating...

Political Speech in the Work Place

          The 2016 Presidential Election - you can't escape it. Everywhere you look - Hillary versus Trump, Trump versus Hillary (even this blog!). It makes one wonder - we're entitled to Free Speech under the First Amendment of the United States Constitution, so does...