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Slack & Davis White Papers and Articles

The following papers (provided in PDF format) were written by Slack & Davis attorneys. You are welcome to use the content for background, and to quote or reference in an article or report. However, please do not reproduce or redistribute these papers without permission from the authors.

Post-litigation Duty to Preserve Inculpatory Evidence
Featured in the ABA TIPS Newsletter, Fall 2013 issue
Paula Knippa

Perils and Pitfalls in the Texas Civil Practice and Remedies Code: How You Can Avoid or Exploit Them to Your Advantage
Presented at the 2013 Page Keeton Civil Litigation Conference; October 2013
Paula Knippa

Shifting into First: Early Development of the Commercial Truck Crash Case
Presented at the August 2011 Car Crash Seminar, sponsored by The University of Texas School of Law
Mike Davis

Recent Developments in Aviation and Space Law*
Featured in the American Bar Association’s Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Law Journal, Winter 2010 issue
Paula Knippa and Diane Meyers

Handling the Commercial Truck Crash Case
Presented at the August 2009 Car Crash Seminar, sponsored by The University of Texas School of Law
Mike Davis

Overview of Preemption in Aviation Product Liability Cases
From a June 2008 State Bar of Texas presentation
Michael L. Slack

The Pilot-Controller Relationship: Assessing Comparative Responsibility in General Aviation Crashes
From an American Association for Justice 2008 presentation
Mark Pierce

Transactions Gone Bad: Litigation between Buyers and Sellers of Aircraft 
Mark Pierce

Mandatory Aviation Insurance: A Domestic and International Perspective
From an American Association for Justice 2008 presentation
Ladd Sanger

Litigating Accidents and Injuries Under the Montreal Convention
From Texas Lawyer, August 6, 2007
Ladd Sanger

Recognizing and Preserving Auto Product Liability Cases
Presented at The University of Texas at Austin School of Law Symposium
June 2007
Mike Davis

Don’t Let Preemption Ground Your Aviation Case
From Trial magazine, Journal of the American Association for Justice
March 2007
Michael L. Slack and Donna Bowen

Air Ambulance Operations: Too Little, Too Late
Association of Trial Lawyers of America
October 2005 – Aviation Section Newsletter
Michael L. Slack

HB 4 – Tort Reform in Texas Thinking Outside the Bench
Louisiana Trial Lawyers Association Annual Convention
September 18-20, 2003 – New Orleans, Louisiana
Michael L. Slack

Drugs, Devices and Pre-emption
Texas Trial Lawyers Association
September 26 – 27, 2002 – Houston, Texas
Donna J. Bowen

Air Ambulance Operations: Enhancing Public Safety or Causing Unnecessary Tragedy?
SMU Air Law Symposium
February 23, 2001 – Dallas, Texas
Michael L. Slack

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