In Re: Wal-Mart Stores, Inc., Wal-Mart Stores Texas, L.P., Wal-Mart Associates, Inc., and Wal-Mart Stores Texas, LLC v. 08-15-00126-CV Court Case Public Record

  • Details

    Case TitleIn Re: Wal-Mart Stores, Inc., Wal-Mart Stores Texas, L.P., Wal-Mart Associates, Inc., and Wal-Mart Stores Texas, LLC v.
    Case Number08-15-00126-CV
    Case TypeMandamus
    StateTexas, TX
    CountyEl Paso
    Court243rd District Court
    Court Address
    Phone
    Field Date04/15/2015
    Close Date
  • Parties

    CounselNameType
    Hon. Melissa J. Judd
    Hon. Scott A. Forman
    Hon. Allan G. King
    Hon. Payal K. Garehgrat
    Wal-Mart Stores, Inc., Wal-Mart Stores Texas, L.P., Wal-Mart Associates, Inc., and Wal-Mart Stores Texas, LLC
    Relator
    The Honorable Luis Aguilar
    Aguilar, Luis
    Respondent
    Hon. John P. Mobbs
    Hon. George P. Andritsos
    Calderon, Blanca E.
    Real party in interest
  • Case Events
    Date Event Type Disposition Document
    12/14/2016 Opinion issued Motion or Writ Granted
    11/05/2015 Motion for leave disposed Motion or Writ Denied
    10/23/2015 Motion for leave filed
    09/17/2015 Submitted
    07/10/2015 Confirmation of oral argument & counsel presenting oral argument
    07/10/2015 Confirmation of oral argument & counsel presenting oral argument
    07/09/2015 Set for submission on oral argument
    06/18/2015 Reply to response or motion filed
    06/02/2015 Order entered
    06/01/2015 Motion disposed Motion or Writ Granted
    06/01/2015 Motion to appear pro hac vice disposed Motion or Writ Granted
    05/29/2015 Fee paid
    05/29/2015 Motion filed
    05/29/2015 Fee paid
    05/29/2015 Motion to appear pro hac vice filed
    05/26/2015 Response filed
    04/24/2015 Order entered
    04/24/2015 Motion for emergency relief disposed Motion or Writ Granted
    04/23/2015 Response filed
    04/22/2015 Response filed
    04/22/2015 Appearance of counsel
    04/16/2015 Letter issued by the court
  • Calendars
    Set Date Calendar Type Reason Set
    12/14/2016 Retention Date civil case will be destroyed (6 yrs after mandate)