18.001 Affidavits: Trial Tips from Appellate Counsel

Published by Texas Trial Lawyers Association


18.001 Affidavits: After September 1, 2019
1. New deadlines for 18.001 affidavits and counter-affidavits
2. How to strike the defendant’s counter-affidavit
3. How to preserve your arguments for appeal

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Matthew J. Kita
Attorney - Counselor at Law
Matthew J. Kita is an attorney at Matthew J. Kita, Attorney and Counselor at Law and helps clients address Appellate legal issues. He also assists clients regarding Civil Rights issues.

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Originally Published

September 5, 2019

Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

  • 18.001 Affidavits: Trial Tips from Appellate Counsel
  • 18.001 Affidavits: Trial Tips from Appellate Counsel - Handout

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