Collects Texas-specific court orders and information, provides helpful tips for law practice during pandemic. Texas Changes to Court Operations Webinar Presentation by Watts Guerra LLP (March 27, 2020)
Allows all Texas courts to suspend all deadlines and procedures for specified time, permit any hearing, deposition, or other proceeding to occur remotely, consider as evidence sworn statements or testimony taken remotely, extend statutes of limitation, and more; effective March 13-May 8, 2020. Texas Supreme…
Similar to 151st District Order in allowing all depositions to proceed remotely, with similar requirements. Requires that a copy of this order be attached to any remote deposition notice. Harris County 129th Civil District Ct. Order on Videoconference Depositions (March 30, 2020)
Provides that all oral depositions may be taken, and oaths administered, remotely via videoconference. Deposition notice must specify technology to be used. Party noticing deposition must ensure witnesses have access to it, and refusal by one party to agree to a remote deposition shall not…
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