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After a Revisit from the Priesters, Who Reminded the Fifth Circuit their Erie Guess Was Proven to Be Lender Bias by the Supreme Court of Texas, they Say, to Hell With Ya, it Was a Guess and You’re No Saint, You’re Merely a Poor Sinner

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Back in 2013, we affirmed the dismissal of the Priesters’ case, holding that a four-year statute of limitations barred their attempt to avoid a home-equity lien under section 50(a)(6)…

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Everyone Loves Ken and Barbie Dolls. Texas Lawmakers and Politicians Feel the Same Way About Ken and Angela Paxton. The Texas Attorney General has Yet to Face his Criminal Charges and that’s Unlikely Until at Least 2020

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“Several members on the Commissioners Court have been involved in fundraisers for Attorney General Paxton at one point or another,” Zelinski says. “To some extent, it’s Paxton country, I…

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