law-mandate | scope of mandate | multiple appeals | subsequent appeal

McCloskey v. McCloskey (Tex.App.- Houston [14th Dist.] Sep. 9, 2008)(Hedges)(scope of remand, issues
appealable in second appeal from post-remand order, attorney's fees incurred in SAPCR litigation not
child
support)AFFIRMED: Opinion by Chief Justice Hedges  
Before Price, Chief Justice Hedges, Justice Boyce
14-06-00470-CV Christopher Joseph McCloskey v. Anne Miriam McCloskey
Appeal from 387th District Court of Fort Bend County
Appellant brings three other issues not related to this court's remand.  Because this court's remand was limited
to the characterization of attorney's fees, appellant's issues regarding characterization of property, bias of the
trial judge, and amount of attorney's fees cannot be considered in this appeal.  See Hudson v. Wakefield, 711
S.W.2d 628, 630 (Tex. 1986) (when the appellate court limits remand to a particular issue, the trial court is
restricted to determination of that issue).  The order from which appellant appeals addressed only the
attorney's fees.  The trial court did not consider the other issues raised by appellant.  Accordingly, appellant's
remaining issues are overruled.

Walker County Appraisal District v. Weatherford Completion and Oil Field Services
(Tex.App. - Houston [14th Dist.] Apr. 30, 2009)(per curiam)(joint motion to recall the mandate per settlement,
judgment vacated and case remanded for entry of order per settlement)
VACATED AND REMANDED: Per Curiam  
Before Justices Seymore, Brown and Sullivan)
14-08-00588-CV Walker County Appraisal District v. Weatherford Completion and Oil Field Services, A Division
of Weatherford U.S., L.P.--Appeal from 12th District Court of Walker County
In re McCloske (Tex.App.- Houston [14th Dist.] Mar. 4, 2008)(per curiam) (mandate compliance)
MOTION OR WRIT DENIED: Per Curiam
Before Chief Justice Hedges, Justices Anderson and Boyce
14-08-00105-CV In Re Christopher Joseph McCloske
Appeal from 387th District Court of Fort Bend County (Judge Robert J. Kern)

Erroneously issued mandate recalled in case heard by Judge Wainwright, now Justice Wainwright
N.N. a/n/f/ A.B. v. Institute for Rehab and Research (Tex.App.- Houston [1st Dist.] Dec. 5, 2007)(Alcala)
(mandate recalled, joint motion to dismiss appeal granted, substitute judgment issues)
DISMISS APPEAL: Opinion by Justice Alcala
(Before Justices Nuchia, Jennings and Alcala)
01-02-01101-CV N.N., Individually and a/n/f of A.B. v. The Institute for Rehabilitation and Research
Appeal from 334th District Court of Harris County (Hon. J. Dale Wainwright)

Melasky as GAL v. City of Houston (Tex.App.- Houston [14th Dist.] Aug. 16, 2007)(Yates)
(
guardian attorney ad litem fee, law of the case, minors, remand, scope of mandate)
AFFIRMED: Opinion by Justice Brock Yates
(Before Justices Brock Yates, Edelman and Seymore)
14-06-00386-CV David Melasky as Guadian Ad Litem v. City of Houston
Appeal from 80th District Court of Harris County (no judge shown on docket sheet)

In the Interest of JR and BR (Tex.App.- Houston [14th Dist.] Apr. 10, 2007)(Edelman)
[family law,
termination of parental rights, CPS, child abuse and neglect, effect of mandate in prior appeal
on trial court proceedings in underlying case]
AFFIRMED: Opinion by Justice Edelman
Before Justices Anderson, Edelman and Frost
14-05-01216-CV In the Interest of J.R. and B.R., Children
Appeal from 314th District Court of Harris County (Judge John Phillips)