Under Texas law, it is possible for you to waive your right to arbitration if you substantially invoke the judicial process to the point of prejudicing the opposing party. Perry Homes v. Cull, 258 S.W.3d 580, 589-90 (Tex. 2008).
HOUSTON, TX, UNITED STATES, September 11, 2021 — Claims of trade secret theft made by a Houston-based fuel delivery startup against a Total SA subsidiary were referred to arbitration on…
Trade Secret Misappropriation: Anti-SLAPP Often Abused in Cases
The US Supreme Court ruled today on how to interpret the patent venue laws, and the controversial business of “patent trolling” may never be the same.