$100,000 Bar: Plaintiff, Defense Groups Join Forces to Oppose Mandatory Rule for Expedited Actions

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Last year, controversial pro se divorce forms prompted Texas family law groups to criticize the Texas Supreme Court. A new fight is taking shape for 2013, pitting plaintiff and defense-side trial lawyers against the high court.

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    Is this proposed rule applicable to family and probate cases? Most of the under $100,000.00 suits for money are those filed by the collection bar. Has the collection bar chimed in on this yet?

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