Texas High Court Won't Review $2M RE Malpractice Claim

Law360, Dallas (June 14, 2013, 7:14 PM EDT) -- The Texas Supreme Court on Friday said it would not hear arguments that the state should extend the time to file legal malpractice claims that come from transactional work as well as litigation, in a case involving real estate tax advice that allegedly cost a business $2 million when a holding company went bankrupt.

The court denied without comment a petition for review filed by CellTex Site Services Ltd. in its suit against the Kreager Law Firm and attorney James S. Cheslock, after an appeals court...
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