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Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer & Feld v. NDR

... B. The Malpractice Suit. NDR [2] later sued Akin Gump for legal malpractice based on its handling of the Panda suit. ... ON PATTERN JURY CHARGES, STATE BAR OF TEX., TEXAS PATTERN JURY CHARGES—MALPRACTICE, PREMISES, PRODUCTS PJC 84.3 cmt. (2008). ...

In re McAllen Medical Center, Inc.

... relief from the trial court's order. The Court previously had the opportunity to decide whether to address the question of dismissal of medical malpractice cases by mandamus. See In re Woman's Hosp. of Tex., 141 SW3d 144 ...

Marks v. St. Luke's Episcopal Hosp.

... The Legislature's stated purpose in enacting article 4590i was to remedy "a medical malpractice insurance crisis" in Texas and its "material adverse effect on the delivery of medical and health care services in Texas[.]" TEX.REV.CIV. STAT. art. ...