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Civil Litigation - Private
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average rating is null out of 5
If she is one of the better judges in Texas I would hate to know what the other ones are like. She totally ignored the opposing counsel, never giving me any hard copies ever of anything and ignored a huge conflict of interest he had, granting him orders in 48 hours (non-emergency), without giving me 20 days to respond,and this went on and on. I never knew what was happening -- ever! I had to go pull the court docket every day, manually. I flipped to BK7 to get away from her -- and conduct a fair trial there. I can only presume that she liked the other attorney. It makes sense that she has to keep a fair rep with lawyers that appear before her all the time. She does not like out-of-towners. (Even if we did follow all of the rules.) Bottom Line? Hire a lawyer or co-counsel that she has favored in the past in her city. Better yet -- hire one who was her dorm roommate in law school!(Especially if your client faces the death penalty!)
7/15/19, 2:11 AM
Hon. Nancy F. Atlas

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