May 19 - 25, 2015
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By DAVID YATES The Ninth Court of Appeals recently affirmed a lower court’s ruling granting a plea to the jurisdiction motion brought by Communities in School Southeast Texas – effectively stopping a pair of plaintiffs from recasting their claim to avoid dismissal under the Texas Labor Code. Originally alleging retaliation and discrimination, former CISSET employees Elizabeth Woods and Karen Prater filed suit against the outreach program and supervisor Karen Newton on Nov. 29, 2010, in Jefferso
By DAVID YATES A bill seeking to restrain fraud in asbestos litigation has passed both houses of the Texas Legislature. In February, state Rep. Doug Miller, R-New Braunfels, introduced House Bill 1492, relating to consideration of asbestos or silica trust claims in actions asserting asbestos or silica injuries. On Friday, May 22, the Texas Senate voted to pass the bill.
By DAVID YATES The top funder of Democrats in the state of Texas was also the political figure behind “virtually” all the opposition to a bill aimed at curbing the surging trend of mass lawsuits filed after a hailstorm strike, says one tort reform group. For the past decade, Houston trial lawyer Steve Mostyn has reaped hundreds of millions of dollars suing the Texas Windstorm Insurance Association and other insurers following major hurricanes and hailstorm strikes. And when Senate Bill 1628 w
A tankerman brought a lawsuit against his employer for alleged unsafe workplace conditions in 2015.
The trial of a civil case alleging wrongful foreclosure of a tax sale has been continued.
Discovery is still ongoing in a suit brought by an area contractor company alleging it was not paid for construction work at a church.