Watts V. City Of Houston
By In the Court of Appeals for the First District of Texas
- Release Date - Published: 2003-06-05
- Book Genre: Law
- Author: In the Court of Appeals for the First District of Texas
Watts V. City Of Houston In the Court of Appeals for the First District of Texas read online review & book description:
This is an appeal of a summary judgment rendered against appellants Russell Watts, Patrick Nagler, Eric James, William Fenley, and George Nicaso (the firefighters) affirming the decision of the Firemen's and Police Officers' Civil Service Commission of Houston, Texas (the commission) and the City of Houston (the City) that the firefighters were not entitled to receive additional pay after being transferred into new job positions. In three issues raised on appeal, the firefighters contend that the trial court improperly denied their motion for partial summary judgment and improperly granted the City's motion for summary judgment, because the commission's decision denying the firefighters' appeal was not supported by substantial evidence, and that the trial court erred by not issuing the declaratory judgment requested by the firefighters.
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