Sometimes the hardest aspect of an appeal is determining exactly why a judge tossed out a client's case. And that's what Scott Lisman says he faced before convincing Houston's 14th Court of Appeals to reverse and remand a trial court decision that had granted summary judgment on his client's legal malpractice claim.
Appellate Lawyer of the Week: Reviving a Legal-Mal Suit
February 4, 2013
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