“A Whole New World”: Recent Developments in Texas Mandamus Practice

By October 28, 2008March 8th, 2019Original Proceedings

That was the title of a CLE presentation I gave last Friday to members of the Austin Bar Association as part of its Fourth Friday CLE series.  In addition to some basic mandamus principles, I covered recent rule changes affecting mandamus practice and how recent Texas Supreme Court decisions have treated the requirement that relator have no adequate remedy at law.

I’m including links to the paper I handed out (authored entirely by fellow Austin appellate lawyer Kurt Kuhn) and the PowerPoint presentation I used (which contains both my work product and Kurt’s). I hope those who attended found the presentation interesing and informative.

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