The TexasBarBooks staff wants to assure our customers that we have e-filing in mind when it comes to compliance with the Texas Supreme Court mandates that began rolling out on January 1, 2014.
Starting with the recent release of the Texas Guardianship Manual’s 2013 Supplement, our products will include all necessary changes, and also have form features that should ease the process of e-filing documents.
In addition, we have established a Web page that links how-to instructions in preparing our forms for e-filing. We intend to post other relevant material as it arises during the rollout period, which will run through July 1, 2016 (based on your county). We encourage you to use the comment section on this page to tell us what you need to know, and we will try to help.
Click here for details on our forms and e-filing mandates.
Drafts of new language for the 2014 edition of Texas Pattern Jury Charges—Business, Consumer, Insurance, and Employment are now available. Load the PDF to your browser by clicking the download button below. The committee that works on this edition strives for objective, well-drafted charges and commentary that accurately reflect Texas law. Your feedback will help the committee achieve that goal. Please take the time to review and send comments to email@example.com.
As always, TexasBarBooks appreciates your assistance in crafting jury charges that are the most widely accepted in Texas.
Click here for a breakdown of the new material.