Texas is one of the latest states to establish separate business courts (including a separate appellate court).

Oradores:: Alan York

Tipo de evento: Seminario, Educación legal continua/desarrollo profesional continuo

Nombre de la ubicación:
The Houstonian Hotel, The Pecan Room, 111 N Post Oak Ln, Houston TX 77024
Fecha/hora de inicio:
7 March 2024, 8:00 AM CT
Fecha/hora de finalización:
7 March 2024, 9:15 AM CT

Companies need to be prepared for how to navigate this new system if it debuts as anticipated in the fall. The new courts, which could begin accepting cases September 1, 2024, may provide some benefits to Texas companies, including specialized judicial expertise, smaller dockets, and more expeditious resolution. While these courts may become a favored venue for high-value disputes, they will also come with their own set of challenges.

Join our Houston lawyers for an in-person CLE breakfast as they look at the details of the new system, what companies should prepare for now, and what it means for business in Texas.

This is the first in a series of CLE breakfasts offered by our Houston office.

This program is presumptively approved for 1.0 CLE credit in California, Connecticut, Illinois, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Texas and West Virginia. Applications for CLE credit will be filed in Delaware, Florida, Ohio and Virginia. Attendees who are licensed in other jurisdictions will receive a uniform certificate of attendance, but Reed Smith only provides credit for the states listed. Please allow 4-6 weeks after the program to receive a certificate of attendance.