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Estate Planning During the Pandemic

A will or trust and essential disability documents are the components of a basic estate plan. The importance of these documents has not changed during this time of profound change. If anything, many of us have been reminded of the need to deal with t… Read More
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Your Will and Probate

What is a will? The answer seems obvious, but it is generally a good idea to explain the basics. A will is the written document in which you state who (the beneficiaries) will receive your property upon your death. This includes alternate beneficiari… Read More
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Putting Estate Organizing Before Estate Planning

Pandemic or no pandemic, there are certain steps you should take before embarking on the formal process of estate planning. Right now, though, with so many of us spending more time at home, could be a rare opportunity to focus on these initial steps.… Read More
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Brent Rosenthal receives Pound Institute's Appellate Advocacy Award

On July 23, 2016, the Pound Institute for Civil Justice presented its 2016 Appellate Advocacy Award to Rosenthal Weiner LLP attorney Brent Rosenthal and to co-recipients Scott Marshall of the Nemeroff Law Firm and Bob Daley of Robert Peirce & Ass… Read More
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Fifth Circuit rules in favor of Rosenthal Weiner client in healthcare liability case

In 2003, as part of a package of legislation aimed at making it more onerous to pursue claims for medical malpractice (and supposedly thereby making health care more affordable), the Texas Legislature enacted a statute requiring plaintiffs in health… Read More
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New publication by David Weiner

David Weiner’s article, “Awards of Appellate Attorney’s Fees: The Law Evolves,” was published in September 2015 in THE APPELLATE ADVOCATE, the State Bar of Texas Appellate Law Section’s quarterly newsletter. The article… Read More
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Texas Supreme Court issues important decision on appellate attorney's fees

In Ventling v. Johnson, decided on May 8, 2015, the Texas Supreme Court held that appellants who were prevailing parties at trial may recover conditional appellate attorney’s fees for pursuing, rather than defending, an appeal. The holding aros… Read More
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RW at the Supreme Court

On January 21, 2015, the U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments in the case of Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs v. The Inclusive Communities Project. The case presents the question of whether the Department’s award of a disproporti… Read More
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Welcome

Rosenthal Weiner LLP is pleased to announce the launch of the firm’s new website. Whether you are a professional colleague, or a litigant seeking the services of appellate counsel, we hope that you will take a few moments to learn about the critica… Read More
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