Attorney Mark Weitz gave a live webinar for med spa owners and medical directors on the requirements of the law governing nonsurgical medical cosmetic procedures.
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The Texas Supreme Court recently held that appellants seeking judicial review of an administrative order must file a motion for rehearing prior to seeking judicial review per the Texas Administrative Procedures Act (APA).
The firm is proud to announce that it obtained a summary dismissal for one of its government contracts clients in a bid protest at the Government Accountability Office (GAO). A disappointed bidder filed a protest against a Weitz Morgan client who had been awarded the contract in a GSA Schedule delivery order purchase by the [..]
Med Spa Compliance Webinar – April 16, 2019 The firm will be hosting a webinar for med spa owners and medical directors on April 16th from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm CDT. With the increase in scrutiny and enforcement of Section 193.17 of the Texas Administrative Code, the Texas medical spa industry has become fraught [..]
The firm is proud to announce that Attorney Kristi Morgan Aronica has joined the board of directors for Girl Scouts of Central Texas. “I could not be more proud to join this wonderful organization that empowers and builds girls of courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better place.” – Kristi Aronica Ms. [..]
Utilizing the Christian doctrine, the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (“Federal Circuit”) recently held that bonding requirements were included in government contracts by operation law. K-Con, Inc. v. Sec’y of the Army, 908 F.3d 719 (Fed. Cir. 2018) The Army awarded K-Con, Inc. (“K-Con”) two contracts that did not include express requirements [..]
The firm is proud to announce that a Texas federal judge recently refused to dismiss our client’s $19M antitrust lawsuit against Baptist Healthcare System, Inc. Law360 reported on the hearing quoting partner Mark A. Weitz, who successfully argued the motion in front of U.S. District Judge Xavier Rodriguez. We are so pleased with this outcome and look [..]
In a unanimous decision yesterday, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that courts can no longer usurp a clear contractual delegation of arbitrability. The Case – Henry Schein, Inc., et al. v. Archer & White Sales, Inc. Schein involved a dispute over whether the arbitration clause in an equipment distribution contract applied to a conflict concerning federal [..]
The Texas Second Circuit Court of Appeals recently handed down its opinion in MCMC, Ltd. v. SideCars, Inc. The lawsuit involved an effort by a used car dealer in Ft. Worth, Texas to sue on a breach of contract between itself and SideCars that occurred in 2010. MCMC did not file suit until 2016, six years [..]
Weitz Morgan recently successfully and quickly (pre-discovery) extricated a client from a civil case by nonsuit. In a commercial depute over the purchase of a professional practice, the firm was able to convince the plaintiffs that its client was in no way responsible for the alleged wrongdoing and as such should be dropped from the [..]