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According to a new report commissioned by the U.S. Chamber Institute for Legal Reform, which owns this journal, trial lawyers will spend almost $900 million this year in broadcast advertising
A Galveston man has brought a lawsuit against his business partners on claims they did not give him his share of the venture’s profits, according to Galveston County District Court records. In the suit filed Oct. 23 in the Galveston County 56th District Court, Bradley Ender accuses Chauncey R.
The trial of a suit brought by a waitress who sued Buffalo Wild Wings Grill and Bar after slipping on the freshly mopped kitchen floor has been continued. Seeking exemplary damages for her injury, Amanda Beuhler filed suit against RC Port Arthur, doing business as Buffalo Wild Wings, on Dec. 13, 2013, in Jefferson County District Court.
In the face of continued coverage from national media outlets, AkinMears has withdrawn its motion to permanently seal a lawsuit alleging questionable business dealings committed by the Houston law firm. As previously reported, Amir Shenaq filed suit against AkinMears partners Truett Akin IV and Michelle Mears on Sept. 29 in Harris County District Court. Shenaq, the firm’s former chief business development officer, contends AkinMears fired him to avoid paying him more than $4 million for 14,000
The Texas Supreme Court has further strengthened the line between health care liability claims and personal injury lawsuits, recently finding that a fall in a hospital lobby does not fall under the Texas Medical Liability Act. The Oct. 30 ruling stems from a suit brought by Louisa Reddic, who sued the East Texas Medical Center-Crockett after slipping on a floor mat between the hospital’s main entrance and the front desk.
A plaintiff who brought a trip and fall lawsuit against Gulf Coast Machine and Supply is seeking to continue the case.