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Kevin Dubose, a founding partner at Alexander Dubose & Jefferson.

The lawsuit, W&T Offshore v. Wesley Fredieu, from Harris County and Houston’s 14th Court of Appeals, was one of three cases that used Zoom for the first time to argue before the Texas Supreme Court back in April. Houston attorney, Kevin Dubose of Alexander Dubose & Jefferson, spoke to Texas Lawyer about his recent victory and what it was like to try a case remotely through Zoom.

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