Oral arguments took place Wednesday regarding the 2014 landmark Texas jury verdict that legally established a business version of common law marriage and resulted in a $500 million judgment against Houston-based Enterprise Products Partners. Enterprise asked the Dallas Court of Appeals to reversed the trial court, saying there were “serious legal flaws with this verdict.”
Not true, argued lawyers from Dallas-based Energy Transfer Partners, who noted that, “This is a big dollar case because Enterprise stole a big dollar opportunity from us . . .
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