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In re Allstate Indemnity Company: The SCOTX Opinion

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Date Published

May 14, 2021


Texas Trial Lawyers Association


Civil Litigation, Personal Injury, Webinar


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The Texas Supreme Court issued its opinion in the In re Allstate case on May 7, 2021. This decision made significant changes to 18.001 counter-affidavits. TTLA member Kirk Pittard argued the case before the Court last year. In this CLE webinar moderated by Quentin Brogdon, Kirk, along with Alan Robertson and TTLA VP of Political Affairs Kevin Camp, will discuss:
• What the opinion means
• How to challenge moving forward
• Litigation strategies
This replay on-demand is available to TTLA members only.

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Quentin Brogdon
Crain Brogdon Rogers, LLP

Quentin Brogdon is a partner at Crain Brogdon Rogers in Dallas. Very active in organizations within the legal profession, Mr.... Read More

Kirk L. Pittard
Durham & Pittard. L.L.P.

Kirk Pittard is a founding partner of Durham, Pittard & Spalding, LLP and specializes in civil appeals and litigation... Read More

Kevin Camp

Kevin Camp received his undergraduate degree from the University of Houston with a Bachelor of Science in Economics and a... Read More

Alan J. Robertson

Alan J. Robertson joined Sloan Law Firm in 2009 after he received his J.D. from Baylor Law School, where he was a member of... Read More

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In re Allstate Indemnity Company: The SCOTX Opinion
In re Allstate Indemnity Company: The SCOTX Opinion - Materials
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