The Twenty-First Century Texas Supreme Court: Pro-Law, Pro-Prosperity

The Texas Supreme Court’s recent decisions illustrate that it often sets out to delineate what it believes are clear and predictable legal rules that faithfully interpret the acts of the legislature, and to apply those rules to both plaintiffs and defendants. In doing so, the Court has placed a high priority on stability and has apparently endorsed the view that entrepreneurs and individuals can more readily order their affairs with confidence in such a legal environment. The Court’s pursuit of an even-handed rule of law has in this way promoted the predicates for innovation and prosperity.

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