The children of a former patient sued Atrium Medical Center following their mother's death, claiming health care liabilities.
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The patient sued her physician after she injured her head, neck and shoulders because she was not shown how to properly use the crutches he prescribed.
An employee who hit a pedestrian while driving a city of Pasadena vehicle was not considered on duty at the time, an appeals court affirms.
The 14th Court of Appeals has denied damages that had been awarded by a lower court in a breach of contract case involving CarMax.
MARSHALL – A Marshall Division of the Eastern District of Texas judge has denied a motion filed by Google LLC's in a patent infringement lawsuit filed by Seven Networks, calling it a "serious disregard for this court's rules, orders and authority."
AUSTIN – Haynes and Boone has welcomed acclaimed longtime appellate lawyer Mike Hatchell to its team in the Austin office.
AUSTIN – The Supreme Court of Texas has agreed to hear an appeal of a plastic bag ban application.
AUSTIN – More than 4,000 Texan students who were unwittingly part of an alleged scam involving student loans have been released of their requirement to pay back the money.
AUSTIN – A federal judge has rejected a lawsuit filed by the state of Texas against municipalities looking to become so-called sanctuary cities.
HOUSTON – A contract dispute in Texas’ oil and gas sector over seismic data has been remanded.
AUSTIN – Texas’ Attorney General has reached a settlement with a New Jersey distributor of contact lenses, which was alleged to have violated state law.
SAN ANTONIO – The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and the ACLU of Texas has filed for a preliminary injunction in an effort to block Texas Senate Bill 4.
MARSHALL – Motorola Mobility LLC has been ordered to pay $9 million after losing a patent infringement case.
BEAUMONT – A petition for a writ of mandumus was filed with the Texas Court of Appeals 9th District in a case involving BBX Operating and Geosouthern Energy Corp.
Paxton files amicus brief on immigration order, says president has 'discretion to protect safety of the American people'
AUSTIN – Attorney General Ken Paxton is throwing support to the president’s immigration order.
AUSTIN – Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton and other attorneys general have written a letter to the Administrator of the Environment Protection Agency Scott Pruitt calling for an end to the "federal overreach" of the Environmental Protection Agency, according to a press release from Paxton's office.
Texas ACLU attorney: Anti-abortion bills 'violate the constitutional limits' on state's ability to regulate procedure
HOUSTON – Texas’ American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) has said that women’s health and right to an abortion will be threatened if three proposed anti-abortion bills are passed.
AUSTIN – Attorney General Ken Paxton has voiced support of President Donald Trump’s latest executive order regarding immigration.
MARSHALL – A magistrate judge has given the go-ahead for two patent-infringement lawsuits against BlackBerry.