KH Founding Partner Lisa Bowlin Hobbs writes regularly on what issues the intermediate appellate courts and Texas Supreme Court review on mandamus (original proceedings) or on interlocutory appeal.
The article identifies the general rules governing the trial court’s plenary power, as well as exploring and explaining the tricky nuances that impact the duration of plenary power.
KH Founding Partner Lisa Bowlin Hobbs has presented multiple times on writing effective and ethical amicus briefs in the Texas Supreme Court.
An effective prayer can tip the scales in a party’s favor. An ineffective or ill-advised prayer, on the other hand, can hamper or even ruin a party’s chances for success.
KH Founding Partner uses her experience as former General Counsel to advocate for policies and procedures that advance the strength and independence of the judiciary.
The article explains the significance of the United States Supreme Court’s opinion in Republican Party of Minnesota v. White and what impact the case has in the judicial election process
Navigating Procedural Minefields: Nuances In Determining Finality Of Judgments, Plenary Power, and Appealability
An examination of what makes for a final, appealable judgment under Texas law, as well as the consequences of that determination on both the trial court’s plenary power and the timeframes for filing post-judgment motions and an appeal.