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Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Texas Plain Language Jury Instructions to Receive Award

The Texas Lawyer Blog is reporting that the new Texas Rules of Civil Procedure amendments pertaining to plain language jury instructions are so easy to understand that the Center for Plain Language has selected them for the ClearMark award to be presented on April 28 in Washington D.C. The Amendments to Texas Rules of Civil Procedure 281 and 284 and to the Jury Instructions under Texas Rule of Civil Procedure 226A can be found on the Texas Supreme Court's website in the court's administrative orders listing for 2010.

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