Texas Farm Animal Activity Act Does Not Apply to Ranchers

On June 12, 2020, the Texas Supreme Court handed down the opinion of Waak v Rodriguez in which they held that the heirs of a ranch hand killed by a bull while moving animals from one end of the ranch to the other were not barred from bringing claims against the ranch owner by... Read More >

Why Texas is the Best State for Autonomous Vehicles Like Tesla

It was announced today that Tesla bought five million dollars worth of land outside Austin to build their next factory.  looking at the history of autonomous vehicle laws, this should come as no surprise. In 2011, The Nevada legislature passed laws that made Nevada the first... Read More >

Drowsy Driving: What Have We Learned?

Drowsy Driving: 2013 to Now Professional drivers must learn to combat drowsy driving. People who drive on Texas roads for a living know that there are many things out there and inside of your car that can and will distract even the most focused of drivers. Driving on the... Read More >

San Marcos Passes Cite-and-Release Law

It seemed kind weird when Austin adopted a policy of citing people for crimes that typically resulted in arrest under a “Freedom City” policy, but then it is Austin.  The San Antonio chimed in with its own policy of citing and releasing people for certain non-violent... Read More >

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