Gregory v. Chohan Webinar Series
The Texas Supreme Court’s recent opinion in Gregory v Chohan raises more questions than it answers about proving mental anguish damages in Texas. And to what extent does it foreshadow similar arguments being raised for other non-economic damages and in other jurisdictions?
PART 2 - November 15, 2023
On Wednesday, November 15, the Baylor Law roundtable hosted the second of a three-part webinar series on Gregory v. Chohan. Professors Liz Fraley and Jim Wren joined appellate specialist Diana Faust and trial lawyer Laura Brown to discuss how attorneys should approach conducting discovery, drafting jury charges, and identifying evidentiary issues post-Gregory.
Lawyers seeking CLE for this session must register here.
PART 1 - October 11, 2023
On Wednesday, October 11, the Baylor Law roundtable held the first of a three-part webinar series on Gregory v. Chohan.
Professors Liz Fraley and Jim Wren join guests R. Jack Ayres and Kirk Pittard to discuss constitutional questions and challenges raised by the opinion, the legal effect of Gregory, and what the future might hold in terms of legal issues related to proving mental anguish damages and other intangible damages.
Lawyers seeking CLE for this session must register HERE.