To highlight some of the posts that stand out from the crowd, the editors of Texas Bar Today have created a list from the week’s blog posts of the top ten based on subject matter, writing style, headline, and imagery. We hope you enjoy this installment.

10. Just Pleading an Affirmative Defense Won’t Defeat Summary JudgmentKen Carroll of Carrington Coleman Sloman & Blumenthal LLP in Dallas

9. “Nonsuit” means “goes away.”David Coale @600camp of Lynn Pinker Cox & Hurst, LLP in Dallas

8. Supreme Court Gives the Green Light to a Texas Family’s Wrongful Death LawsuitChandler, Mathis & Zivley, PC @ChandlerLawTX in Lufkin and Houston

7. Seeligson v. Devon – Plaintiffs (Almost) Get Class Certification – John McFarland of Graves Dougherty Hearon & Moody @GravesDougherty in Austin

6. Determining the Reasonableness of Medical Charges – The Quest ContinuesSarah Scott of Hanna & Plaut, L.L.P. in Austin

5. Non-Compete Agreements: Garbage In, Garbage OutLeiza Dolghih @TexasNonCompete of Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith LLP in Dallas

4. How using social networks can impact your divorceBryan Fagan @bryanjfagan of Law Office of Bryan Fagan in Houston

3. Trademarking Fruit? About Apple Trademarks – Peggy Keene of Klemchuk LLP @K_LLP in Dallas

2. Asserting a Losing Title Claim Isn’t (Always) TortiousCharles Sartain and Ethan Wood of Gray Reed & McGraw, P.C. @GrayReedLaw in Dallas

1. Reasonable accommodation requests – what can a landlord ask for?Richard Hunt of Hunt Huey PLLC in Dallas