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Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes, dissenting from an early Sherman Act case, famously observed: “Great cases like hard cases make bad law. For great cases are called great, not by reason of their importance… but because of some accident of immediate

The Fifth Court granted a mandamus petition about a corporate-representative deposition, when “proportionality” was not shown, given the corporation’s other information disclosures: “Safeco supported its proportionality objection with evidence. Safeco provided the trial court with a business record affidavit and

In bringing to an end a long-running international oil-and-gas dispute, the Texas Supreme Court examined a seeming tension between two earlier opinions about the specificity required for an effective release: “‘[W]hile the misrepresentation in Schlumberger “pertained to the very matter