The Texas Legislature is wrestling with potential legislative changes that, if passed, would substantially erode contractors’ ability to prevent disclosure of bidding information on public projects.
By Kaleb Walker
Texas Supreme Court to Consider Whether Certificate of Merit Includes Sufficient “Factual Basis” For Claim Against Architect
The Texas Supreme Court recently agreed to consider whether a certificate of merit against an architect met the legal requirement to state the “factual basis” for each of the plaintiff’s claims. In Levinson Alcoser Associates, L.P. v. El Pistolon II, Ltd., a property owner sued its architect, Levinson Alcoser, for negligence...
AUSTIN COURT OF APPEALS UPHOLDS ENGINEER’S SUMMARY JUDGMENT On December 23, 2015, the Third Court of Appeals in Austin issued its opinion in A&H Properties Partnership vs. GPM Engineering, (Tex. App.—Austin Dec. 23, 2015, --S.W.3d--, 2015 WL 9435974 (no pet. h.), affirming summary judgment on behalf of GPM Engineering based upon...