Conclusion We affirm the judgment of the trial court.
CASE DETAILS AND LINKS:
Chambers v. O'Quinn (Tex.App.- Houston [1st Dist.] Oct. 1, 2009)(Opinion on remand by Tim Taft) (arbitration of dispute arising from attorney-client relationship in mass tort litigation; right to enforce arbitration clause not waived; conflicting provisions concerning applicability of Texas General Arbitration Act (TGAA) and Federal Arbitration Act (FAA) in underlying arbitration agreement between attorney/law firm and clients)
Disposition by Court of Appeals: Affirm trial court order in favor of arbitration and dismissal of the lawsuit for want of prosecution
Opinion by Justice Tim Taft (retired)
Panel members: Justices Taft, Keyes and Hanks
Appellate cause number and link to docket: 01-04-01029-CV
Full case style: Bob Chambers, et al. v. John M. O'Quinn, individually dba O'Quinn & Laminack, and John M. O'Quinn, P. C.
Court below: 61st District Court of Harris County
Trial Court Judge: Hon. John Donovan