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Texas Justices Deny Review Of Cotton Crop Sale Dispute

Law360, Houston (March 4, 2016, 6:06 PM EST) -- A West Texas cotton farmer who was appealing a $400,000 jury verdict awarded against him in a contract dispute with a cotton broker was denied a review of the case Friday by the Texas Supreme Court, ending a fight over the enforceability of an oral contract.

The high court's denial of Larry Turner's petition for review leaves in place an Eleventh Court of Appeals opinion that found Turner had an oral agreement to sell his entire 2010 crop to the company and then failed to comply with the terms of that agreement.

On appeal, Turner had argued there was no evidence...

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