Brewster County, TX Administrative Law Lawyers


J. Steven Houston

Juvenile Law, Construction, Administrative Law, Personal Injury
Status:  In Good Standing           Licensed:  42 Years

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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

City of Waco v. Lopez

... Because Lopez's retaliation claim is not actionable under the only pleaded theory and the pleadings and evidence establish that Lopez has not satisfied the administrative prerequisites for maintaining a retaliation claim under the CHRA, we reverse the court of appeals ...

REVIEW BD. OF HARRIS v. O'Connor & Assoc.

... We conclude that because appellees, O'Connor & Associates, Wolverine Crosby Green LP, E Pointe Properties I Ltd., Baker-Orr Joint Venture, and J. Frederick Welling, failed to exhaust their administrative remedies before filing suit, the district court lacked subject matter ...

Leachman v. Dretke

... Scott, 209 SW3d at 266-67. Further, a claim has no arguable basis in law if the inmate has failed to exhaust his administrative remedies. Retzlaff v. Tex. ... [9]. (b) Exhaustion of administrative remedies through the grievance process. ...