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4 Advocate (Texas) 1 (1985)

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Section Report
The Advocate

LiTIGATION SECTION
OFFICERS
Tom Sharpe. IGaiman
107 E. Price Row
IrownsuVl Texas 78251
512.546.4783
T 2lihad handier, Cha-nrmn-Elseot
2200 nrerFl One
Dallas. T eas 75202
214-653-4300
C I Mike 0chandr,.Jr VI-lair.
llas, Ts.1 5206
214.608-48810
KlebesC Wiler. Secrstai,
2700 aontnenial Bank Blog
0onw rI. Texas 78102
817 336 9333
Terry Tottenham, Treasur.,
Bank of Sawhtesl Bldg.
713-651 5151
LITIGATION SECTION
Cu 2NCIL
TERMS EXPIRE 1985
r nIChars, Handler
2200011111401 One
Delles, Texas 75202
214-653.4500
Kl.br C MIll,
2700 Comn5.roral Bank 8ldg
Fort Worth, 1 vas 76102
81 7.336.931
Eugnne A Cook
1600 Allied Bank Plaza
Houston. Texas 77002
713 V7.3111
Bob Burieson
1s1 Federal Bldg
P 0 Bos 844
Tenmple. Tesas 76501
Fs lowar,
1401 TOi   Avenue
Lubbo Tes.-, 75400
8762-078.0
Thomas G. Sharpe, Jr
107E. Price Road
Bronsuil, Tosas 78ROA
TERMS EXPIR':986
Tery Tottenham
Rank ofthe Soutwoesw 8ldg,
Hoston, Texas 77002
71, -651 5151
Frank Baker
One Alamo Center
Sai onr,, Teens 78205
512 2r6-4211
Jlcl dall
1ir0 One Main Plaza
Daias. I exas 75250
214-65 81600
C L MikeSchndt. Jr
Olne Campbell Centre
Gallas, xas 75206
214-696-4880
Harlow Sproe
15th Floor.
Amarillo National Bank Bldg.
P0 Box9158
Amarillo. 7exas 79105
TERMS EXPIRE 1987
Dole Curry
300W AusliSlraar
Marshall. Texas 75670
214-938-4395
Bob Bradshene
1O0 Southrest Tow,,
Auntin, Teaas 8701
512 477 386
Luther H Soules. III
ON8 Mllanr Bldg
San Antonia. Texa 7205
512.225.5500
Sam Sparks
E: Pass Natonal Bank Sldg.
El Fas. Texan 79950
915.5323911
EDITORIAL COMMI TTEE
JPatrick Hazel, Editor-r-Chier
*          *niversity of Teens Sool of Le
727E 26hStIrn
Austin. Txas 78705
512-471-5151
Tone Sharpe
Ric Handler
Dallas
Mike S1,7.0d
Dallas

Vol. 4,

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CHAIRMAN'S REPORT
The Litigation Section of the State Bar has increased its membership to 3,144, which
shows the continued interest of lawyers in the work of our Section. We hope to increase the
membership in the coming year so we may become the largest Section of the State Bar.
Our Section is presently the 4th largest in the Bar
The Council of the Litigation Section met three times during my term and it decided that
the Litigation Section should present an annual seminar the first week of February in San
Antonio, Texas at the Four Seasons Hotel. The first Litigation Update Seminar was held on
February 8th and 9th, 1985.
This Section has taken a very strong position in supporting the Continuing Legal Edu-
cation programs of the State Bar of Texas. We have co-sponsored the Advanced Courses
in Civil Trial, The Deceptive Trade Practice Seminars, Saturday Morning in Court, and we
will continue to support these excellent programs in the future.
Our program at the State Bar Convention in Dallas will be highlighted by Professor Irving
Younger He will present a two hour program on The Trial of Alger Hiss. Based upon his
national reputation of excellence in the field of litigation we anticipate having a full house for
his presentation.
It has been a pleasure for me to work with the lawyers who make up the Litigation Section
Council. We are fortunate to have individuals who represent a variety of backgrounds in-
volving litigation who are dedicated to the support of the Litigation Section. I want to thank
Ric Handler for making my job alot easier since he assumed many of the responsibilities of
the Section. I also want to thank Pat Hazel for his work regarding the editing and publication
of The Advocate. I have received unsolicited comments from lawyers throughout the State
who have stated that they have used The Advocate in preparation of their respective cases
and that it has been of great benefit to them.
There are many attorneys in this State involved in litigation who have not joined this
Section. I hope that they will become members of the Section and that they will join with us
in building this Section into the largest and most viable in the State Bar
Thomas G. Sharpe, Jr
Chairman
EDITOR'S COMMENTS
The editorial dream is a nightmare of sorts. It envisions so many good articles on hand
to print that you can't make a choice between them. As yet I haven't had it. What has been
submitted to me would qualify for the dream but the numbers are still lacking. I want to
encourage you readers to consider writing something yourselves and to encourage others
you know and believe have something important to say to do the same, If we are to get out
three more issues before the end of this year, a lot of those articles are needed. MAKE MY
DREAM!
CAVEAT: The section on legislation is always subject to changes as long as the legisla-
ture is in session. As this issue is being printed they remain in Special Session. Also, there
may have been some last minute additions to bills which passed of things which are listed
in this issue as failed. I have tried to avoid this as much as possible. For those of you
interested in Family Law, you will note no legislation is included. This is highly misleading.
There was so much important legislation in this area that I have asked Professor Jack
Sampson to write up a summary of that legislation for our next volume. Those of you familiar
with his style can look forward to that coming up soon.
J. Patrick Hazel
Editor

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