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    • An Ace in the Hole & A Jack of All Trades: Recent Developments Affecting Sovereign Immunity & Pleas to the Jurisdiction 

      Boyd, Jeffrey S. (Texas Tech Journal of Texas Administrative Law, 2005)
      The article summarizes recent developments in Texas law that affect the substantive doctrine of sovereign immunity and the procedural practice surrounding pleas to the jurisdiction and how both have strengthened the ...
    • Agencies, Follow Your Statutes: The Substantial Evidence Rule in Judicial Review of Administrative Agency Decisions 

      Bryant, Douglas; Gadberry, Gavin J.; Pierce, Chad; Elza, Slater C. (Texas Tech Journal of Texas Administrative Law, 2003)
      This article will examine the history of the substantial evidence rule in Texas jurisprudence. Part II of this paper will examine some of the early cases involving the substantial evidence rule. Part III of the paper will ...
    • “An Aliquot Portion of Their Dues:” A Survey of Unified Bar Compliance with Hudson and Keller 

      Brock, Ralph H. (Texas Tech Journal of Texas Administrative Law, 2000)
      This article provides a survey of unified bar associations nationwide and the compliance requirements following two United States Supreme Court Cases: Keller v. State Bar of California and Chicago Teachers Union v. Hudson. ...
    • All Powers Necessary and Convenient: The Scope of Implied Powers for Texas’s Administrative Agencies 

      Block, Nathan; Houston, Robin Smith (Texas Tech Journal of Texas Administrative Law, 2000)
      This article examines the scope of the implied powers endowed upon Texas’s administrative agencies. While Texas law draws some bright lines for use by agencies and courts in interpreting the scope of implied power, this ...
    • Analysis of a Federal Policy Objective: The Absence of State Regulatory Authority over Privatized Military Base Utility Systems 

      Moore, William A.; Kennerly, Angela Agee (Texas Tech Journal of Texas Administrative Law, 2002)
      Under the Defense Reform Initiative, Congress requires the privatization of utility systems on military reservations using competitive bidding procedures. Addresses how states may or may not be able to regulate bidders ...
    • APA Legislative Update by Affected Sections 

      Bright, Jill K. (Texas Tech Journal of Texas Administrative Law, 2000)
      This article provides a section-by-section description of changes to the Texas Administrative Procedure Act made in 1999. The article gives a brief analysis of the change for each section.
    • Are We Our Brother's Keepers? A Discussion of Nonlawyer Representation Before Texas Administrative Agencies and Recommendations for the Future 

      Clayton, Barbara Allison (Texas Tech Journal of Texas Administrative Law, 2007)
      This comment discusses the proper role of a nonlawyer (including: paralegals, disbarred attorneys, and attorneys from outside jurisdictions) in administrative proceedings and whether Texas agencies should not only acknowledge ...
    • Averting Disaster: A Critical Analysis of Agrisecurity in the Texas Agricultural Industry 

      Denning, Tyler (Texas Tech Journal of Texas Administrative Law, 2004)
      This comment focuses on how Texas would respond to the release of a foreign animal disease (FAD) into its livestock population. It explains that livestock is constantly at risk of exposure to various forms of contagious ...
    • Both Eyes Open or One Eye Closed: Does the Reasonable and Prudent Operator Standard Handicap Mineral Lessees in the Prevention of Drainage? 

      Hall, Jared (Texas Tech Journal of Texas Administrative Law, 2006)
      This comment briefly discusses the origins of implied covenants, correlative rights, and Rule 37. It examines the duty of a lessee under the regime of each in the context of loss of the minerals owners’ estate to adjacent ...
    • Case Law Update 

      McCormick, Marnie A. (Texas Tech Journal of Texas Administrative Law, 2004)
      This update surveys recently published state-court appellate decisions addressing Texas administrative law issues that may be of particular interest to administrative law practitioners. Each is summarized, highlighting the ...
    • Case Law Update 

      Beavers, Alessandra; Benjet, Bryce; Dahmus, Teresa; DuBose, David; Ratliff, Laurie (Texas Tech Journal of Texas Administrative Law, 2006)
      This update includes selected cases involving administrative law or otherwise involving state agencies and entities from May 2004 through December 2005. This is not an exhaustive review of all such cases, nor do these ...
    • Case Law Update 

      Unknown author (Texas Tech Journal of Texas Administrative Law, 2005)
      This article is a case update that seeks to provide readers with a brief overview of relevant case law decided during the past year. This case law update covers the following topics: public information, open meetings, ...
    • Case Law Update 

      Durso, Susan K.; Walden, Don E. (Texas Tech Journal of Texas Administrative Law, 2003)
      This is a survey of recent state appellate court decisions and attorney general opinions addressing issues of Texas administrative law as well as other issues that may be of interest to administrative law practitioners. ...
    • Case Law Update 

      Benjet, Bryce; Taylor, Amanda; Pearsall, Patrick; DuBose, David; Beavers, Alessandra (Texas Tech Journal of Texas Administrative Law, 2007)
      This update includes selected administrative law cases from August 2005 through September 2006. This is not an exhaustive review of all administrative cases, nor do these synopses exhaustively cover all issues raised by ...
    • Case Law Update 

      Keeney, Mary A. (Texas Tech Journal of Texas Administrative Law, 2002)
      Surveys published state-court decisions in the following categories from 2001-2002: Rule Challenges/Challenges to Statutory Authority, Administrative Appeals, Exhaustion of Remedies/Primary Jurisdiction, Standing, Public ...
    • Case Law Update 

      Benjet, Bryce; Pearsall, Patrick; Leigh, Vandiver; Zachary, Hall; David, DuBose; Claire, Dinsmoor; Alessandra, Beavers (Texas Tech Journal of Texas Administrative Law, 2007)
      Update includes many of the administrative law cases decided between August 2006 and July 2007. This is not an exhaustive review of all administrative law cases, and these synopses do not exhaustively cover all issues ...
    • Case Law Update 

      Benjet, Bryce; Pearsall, Patrick; Vandiver, Leigh; Kraatz, Megan; Hall, Zachary; DuBose, David; Dinsmoor, Claire; Beavers, Alessandra (Texas Tech Administrative Law Journal, 2007)
      Includes many of the administrative law cases decided between August 2006 and July 2007. This is not an exhaustive review of all administrative law cases, and these synopses do not exhaustively cover all issues being raised ...
    • Case Law Update: September 1, 1999—August 31, 2000 

      Amos, Jessie A.; Texas Tech Journal of Administrative Law Editorial Staff (Texas Tech Journal of Texas Administrative Law, 2001)
      Surveys recent state-court appellate decisions addressing issues of Texas administrative law. It includes summaries of opinions issued from September 1, 1999 through August 31, 2000. The article catalogues decisions with ...
    • Caution! T.Boone Pickens Plans to Permanently Alter Texas's Landscape above and below Ground, from the Panhandle to Metropolis 

      Arrott, Nicholas (Texas Tech Journal of Texas Administrative Law, 2008)
      Addresses how T. Boone Pickens plans to use a fresh water supply district to supply water from the Texas Panhandle’s portion of the Ogallala Aquifer to a major metropolitan area in need, and provide alternative wind energy ...
    • Click on the Dotted Line: Electronic Signature Laws Provide Texas Agencies Secure and Legally Binding Online Transactions 

      Schwaer, Travis (Texas Tech Journal of Texas Administrative Law, 2004)
      This comment summarizes the current status of electronic signature laws in Texas. First, it provides a preliminary general discussion of current electronic signature technologies. Then, it focuses on the current states and ...