U.S. Attorney John L. Ratcliffe announced Aug. 3 that six Southeast Texans have been indicted for health care fraud in the Eastern District of Texas.
The Office of the Attorney General is urging Texas drivers to check their vehicles for potentially dangerous tires. The tires were sold from 2002 to 2006 for light trucks, sports utility vehicles, and vans, and could be in danger of tread separation.
Houston lawyer John O'Quinn has to return $35.7 million in misbegotten legal fees to a group of past clients. They're plaintiffs in his 1990s crusade that bankrupted silicone breast implant-maker Dow Corning.
August Movie Night At The Mcfaddin-Ward House,
We all feel incredible sympathy for 23 year-old Eva Rowe, who famously lost both her parents in a 2005 explosion at a British Petroleum (BP) oil refinery in Texas City.
The Beaumont Chamber Foundation will host its annual fundraiser with a night back to the Roaring '20s. Spice of the Season "Spicy Night at the Ritz" will be held at 6:30 p.m July 26 at the Beaumont Country Club.
Four years after instituting sweeping medical malpractice lawsuit reforms, Texas has gone from a doctor shortage to a doctor surplus.
This is a local legal journal, so we generally steer clear of issues and conflicts that don't originate here in our backyard.
A press release from the Federal Bureau of Investigation
The recent report of a $54 million lawsuit against a family-owned dry-cleaning business over a pair of lost pants was a harsh reminder of the threat of outrageous litigation American businesses, large and small, face every day.
That was fast. Last week, the U.S. District Court in Marshall saw America's very first lawsuit filed over the diabetes drug Avandia, proving once again that nobody has a quicker draw the Texas plaintiff's bar.
If nothing else, the case of Arturo Flores was remarkable for its result.
Texas Attorney General: First-In-The-Nation Crackdown on Sex Offenders Using MySpace.com Yields Multiple Arrests
Reginald Collins of Houston was one of seven previously convicted sex offenders with online profiles on MySpace.com arrested in an operation by the Texas attorney general. HOUSTON Ã¯Â¿Â½ Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott revealed the results of the nation's first large-scale crackdown on registered sex offenders using the popular social networking site, MySpace.com.
Once best-known as the birthplace of boxing champion-turned-pitchman George Foreman, Marshall is 25,000-strong and landlocked, four hours due north of Beaumont and 20 minutes east of the Louisiana border.
This Just In
U.S. Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison WASHINGTON -- U.S. Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-TX), ranking member of the Science and Space Subcommittee of the Senate Commerce Committee, released the following statement June 1 regarding a NASA report outlining the steps toward implementing the congressionally-mandated designation of the U.S. portion of the International Space Station (ISS) as a National Laboratory:
Home foreclosures in Orange County, June 4-5
Recent business licenses/assumed names issued by the Jefferson County Clerk, May 31-June 6
Recent patent/copyright infringement suits filed in U.S. District Courts, Eastern District of Texas, June 1-5, 2007