HOUSTON - A court brief filed by Harris County Attorney Vince Ryan will be part of the record considered by the U.S. Supreme Court today in a lawsuit seeking to prevent the U.S. Census Bureau from including a question about citizenship on the 2020 Census.
HOUSTON – The Supreme Court of Texas delivered an opinion April 12 that changed the interpretation of a Texas law that has existed since 1879 stating that an applicant for probate is charged with the failure of any predecessor to probate a will before them.
AUSTIN — Television viewers in each of Texas’ four largest media markets were bombarded with an average $4.1 million in ads for lawyers, lawsuits and legal services in the final quarter of 2018, according to a new study released today by the American Tort Reform Association.
AUSTIN – A self-proclaimed consumer protection group has launched an all out offensive on SB 1189 – a bill aimed at bringing accountability and transparency to lawyer ads trolling for prescription medication users.
AUSTIN – On Thursday, Attorney General Ken Paxton sent a second letter to San Antonio councilmembers, making an open records request for documents related to an investigation of the city’s decision to exclude Chick-fil-A from the San Antonio International Airport.
AUSTIN – Every year, Texans at home watching TV are inundated with tens of thousands of lawyer advertisements, many of which “deceptively” warn viewers that the medication they’re taking could be dangerous.