Attorney Publications & Presentations

The following is a sample of the published pieces and presentations which were created by Slack Davis Sanger attorneys. You are welcome to use the content for background and to quote or reference them in an article or report. However, please do not reproduce or redistribute these papers without permission from the authors.

A Big Verdict Highlights Hazardous Trucking Practices by John Jose
Law360, July 2018

Dealing With Drone Mischief by Michael Slack
Law360, October 13, 2016

Litigating Traumatic Brain Injury Claims by John Jose
Presented at the 2014 State Bar of Texas Advanced Personal Injury Law Course

Three Things Lawyers Can Learn From Teachers by Michael Slack
Texas Lawyer, August 11, 2014

Shifting into First: Early Development of the Commercial Truck Crash Case by Mike Davis
Presented at the August 2014 Car Crash Seminar, sponsored by The University of Texas School of Law

Recognizing and Preserving Auto Product Liability Cases by Mike Davis
Presented at the August 2014 Car Crash Seminar, sponsored by The University of Texas School of Law

Health Care Liability Update by Paula Sweeney
SBOT Personal Injury Law Course, 2014

Cross Examination of Hostile Witnesses by Paula Sweeney
SBOT, 2014

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

Aviation Cases Address Pre-emption, Jurisdictional Matters by Ladd Sanger
Texas Lawyer, July 13, 2009

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Flying and Crashing on the Wings of Fortuosity: The Case for Applying Admiralty Jurisdiction to Aviation Accidents over Navigable Waters by Ladd Sanger
Journal of Air Law and Commerce, 2003

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