Texas Commercial Causes of Action: Claims, Defenses and Remedies
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Texas Commercial Causes of Action; Claims, Defenses and Remedies provides an overview of causes of action commonly employed in disputes, the elements of these common types of causes of action under Texas state law, corresponding defenses, damages and remedies, must-read cases and leading authorities.
Texas Commercial Causes of Action; Claims, Defenses and Remedies
--Outlines essential elements of more than 100 causes of action and defenses, traced to the leading case law or statutory root.
--Identifies recoverable damages, including attorney fees.
--Explores the most important defenses.
--Contains multiple chapters on best practices for presenting your pleading to the court