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DeHay & Elliston, L.L.P.

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DeHay & Elliston, L.L.P. 

Size of Organization: 41
Main Office: Dallas, Texas
Web Site: http://www.dehay.com

Telephone: 214-210-2400
Facsimile: 214-210-2500

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Highest number of cases by DeHay & Elliston, L.L.P.:
Toxic Torts (1846 cases in past two years)
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Total number of Peer Review Rated lawyers of DeHay & Elliston, L.L.P.: 12


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Texas Supreme Court Rejects “Any Exposure” Theory and Tweaks Havner for Toxic Tort Cases Flores Decision Applied to Meso Cases
August 4, 2014
In a decision issued, Friday July 11 2014, the Texas Supreme Court held that: (1) the substantial factor causation recognized in Borg-Warner Corp. v. Flores, applies to mesothelioma cases; and (2) Plaintiffs were not required to prove that but for Bostic’s exposure to Georgia-Pacific...

Georgia Pacific, LLC v. Farrar: Limiting Defendants Liability for Asbestos Exposure
March 21, 2014
Plaintiff filed suit against thirty Defendants for take home exposure due to asbestos. Plaintiff, Joyce Farrar, alleged that asbestos exposure caused her mesothelioma. Plaintiff lived with her grandparents from the early 1950s until she married in 1974. Her grandfather, John Hentgen, was a mechanic...

E-Discovery in Texas
March 17, 2014
Texas was the first state to enact a discovery rule concerning electronically stored information. Texas Rule of Civil Procedure 196.4 addresses the right to discover electronically stored information, the scope of such discovery, the form of production, and cost shifting. Unlike the Federal Rules,...






 

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