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My client was a web developer/designer who worked for a married couple’s business. The couple then had a bitter divorce, and the business’ ownership was the main point of dispute. In retaliation after the divorce, the husband sued the ex-wife, her father, and the web design/developer, alleging a conspiracy to destroy the business. This was a ridiculous accusation, at least against my client. My client, the¬†web developer/designer, had worked for both spouses, and had worked for the ex-wife after the divorce. The ex-husband had seemingly unlimited funds to prosecute the lawsuit, however, and my client was under financial strain to respond. Ignoring a lawsuit often means you lose, regardless of the merit of the lawsuit against you. In advance of the trial, The Law Office of Bill Pedersen, III, PLLC, filed a No-evidence motion for summary judgment pursuant to Texas Rule of Civil Procedure 166a(i). These motions are very rarely granted. The 442nd Judicial District Court of Denton County, Texas GRANTED the No-evidence motion for summary judgment. The client, the web developer/designer, was out of the lawsuit. Past success is no guarantee of future success, but the client was very pleased.

Order Granting G Alan Pace's No-evidence MSJ SIGNED BY COURT 7-28-16