The Dallas Court of Appeals recently had an opportunity to review and apply the mootness doctrine with respect to appeals and, in the process, expound on the rarely invoked exception to mootness known as "capable of repetition, yet evading review" (CORYER).  In this case, the Plaintiff sought a temporary injunction and declaratory judgment that Duncanville’s ordinance

Following rendition of a final, appealable judgment, does a notice of appeal have to name all preceeding interlocutory orders as a prerequisite to complaining of those orders?  Apparently not.  This has been a question of concern for many appellate practitioners and it’s a question that’s been percolating around in the courts of appeals.  We now