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For information or questions regarding availability or scheduling, contact Judge Gary Harger, or you may call on his direct line @ 512.650.5917.
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With over 20 years of legal ...
With over 20 years of legal experience across thousands of cases, Judge Harger brings a unique skill set and perspective to the ADR process.
As a former prosecutor, solo practitioner, adjunct law professor and Judge, he offers his clients a direct, no nonsense approach to problem solving.
A successful ADR process is far from easy - it takes not only the hard work and commitment of the mediator and the lawyers involved, but also a desire and willingness to resolve disputes between the parties.
The creativity and problem solving skills he
has developed through experience, both on and off the bench, set Judge Harger apart from other ADR practitioners.
If you wish to have your case heard by Judge Harger, the parties to the action must jointly file a motion requesting an ORDER APPROVING REFERRAL TO SPECIAL JUDGE with the court in which the case was filed.
For the convenience of the parties and their counsel, upon the initial contact to set the time and place for trial, Judge Harger will provide counsel with a JOINT MOTION FOR REFERRAL TO SPECIAL JUDGE together with an ORDER APPROVING REFERRAL TO SPECIAL JUDGE to be presented to the trial court.
Upon entry of the agreed order by the trial court, Judge Harger
will provide a letter of instruction with an AGREED SCHEDULING PLAN setting deadlines for the exchange of stipulations, proposed trial exhibits, identification of contested issues and filing of each party's Motion for Requested Relief.
Not less than ten days prior to trial, a telephone conference will be scheduled to discuss any unresolved issues or objections and, if necessary, a pretrial hearing set to hear objections to exhibits and any remaining pretrial matters.
For more information, contact Judge Gary Harger, or you may call on his direct line @ 512.650.5917.
Gary D. Harger is a graduate ...
Gary D. Harger is a graduate of Texas Tech University and the Texas Tech University School of Law.
Mr. Harger is a former judge maintaining an active Mediation, Arbitration and Special Judging practice while sitting as a visiting judge throughout the 3rd Administrative Region.
He is Board Certified in Family Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.
Among his accolades, he is a past President of the Texas Association of County Court at Law Judges, as well as having been appointed by the Texas Supreme Court to serve on the Judicial Committee for Information Technology and the Shared Solutions Summit Faculty.
He has served as a legislative resource attorney and as an advisor to the Texas Legislature, the Supreme Court's Judicial Council, the Task Force on Indigent Defense, the Access to Justice Education Subcommittee on Self-Represented litigants and the Texas Remote Interpreter's Project.
Mr. Harger is an active member of the Austin and Williamson County Bar Associations and volunteers through those organizations' Mentoring and Bench-Bar Conference programs.
Mr. Harger is a participating member of the following professional organizations:
Visiting Judge Gary Harger ...
Visiting Judge Gary Harger ruled today that Texas has the right to kick Planned Parenthood out of the Women's Health Program.
It was Planned Parenthood's choice to keep on killing the unborn, and Judge Harger
has ruled that that makes PP ineligible…
[12.28.12 -- If visiting Judge Gary Harger decides to grant Planned Parenthood a restraining order to keep them from being kicked out of the Women's Health Program, Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott will appeal the decision to a higher court.
Hopefully, Judge Harger
will allow Texas to follow the duly-approved legislation that gives Planned Parenthood a choice just like every other organization.