Texas Justices Won't Review New Trial Order In $740M IP Fight

By Morgan Conley (June 17, 2022, 8:33 PM EDT) -- The Texas Supreme Court on Friday let stand a lower appellate court ruling that upended a $740 million trial victory for HouseCanary and forced the company either to seek judgment on a $201.6 million breach of contract claim or start the whole suit over from square one. 

In orders released Friday, the high court denied HouseCanary Inc.'s petition for review challenging a Fourth Court of Appeals ruling that reversed a $740 million judgment in its favor. The challenged opinion held that flawed jury instructions required a new trial in the lawsuit accusing Amrock, formerly known as Title Source Inc., of contracting...

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