Real-time court reporting speed champion Mark Kislingbury is in the news again this week, but this time it’s not for winning a contest of the fastest stenographers.
He won a court case Aug. 19 in which his standing to make a recovery in a business dispute was challenged.
According to Texas Lawyer, Kisingbury, of Houston Texas, won the case that stemmed from a business partnership with Jeniffer Aloysius.
Kislingbury sued Aloysius after discovering that she had written numerous checks from their business account to herself.
After Kisingbury won a judgment against Aloysius for $240,117.30 in damages and $98,000 in attorney fees, Aloysius appealed, arguing that Kislingbury lacked standing to recover and the evidence was not sufficient to support the damages awarded.
The First Court ruled that Kislingbury did have standing to recover against Aloysius for violating the terms of the 2004 business agreement.
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