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Galveston County Fair suing insurance company for failure to pay claim

By Hanna Nakano | Jan 3, 2016

GALVESTON — Owners of a local fair and rodeo are suing an insurance company for allegedly refusing to pay a claim after a hailstorm.

Kilgore College named in whistleblower's suit

By Hanna Nakano | Jan 3, 2016

TYLER — A former employee alleges that the junior college where he worked fired him because he contacted authorities and the media about asbestos issues on campus.

Renter claims black mold destroyed possessions, sues landlord

By Hanna Nakano | Dec 11, 2015

GALVESTON – A Harris County man is suing his former landlord and leasing company after he says they ignored his complaints about fast-growing mold that affected nearly all of his belongings. The suit says he was forced to move out with little notice, and had to destroy nearly everything he owned because of the mold.

Appeals Justice David Lewis suspended without pay after alcohol abuse

By Hanna Nakano | Nov 13, 2015

Justice David Lewis of the Fifth District Court of Appeals has been suspended for six months without pay as a result of alcohol abuse.

Patent reform group says new Texas patent office will have no effect on "patent trolls"

By Hanna Nakano | Nov 12, 2015

Patent law reform activists say they don’t think the opening of a new United States Patent and Trademark Office in Dallas will have an effect on patent trolling in the state.

Energy industry's victory in personal injury case could have far reaching effects

By Hanna Nakano | Oct 26, 2015

The energy industry has been granted victory in a case that may have far reaching effects on potential claims of personal injury in the State of Texas.

CALA urges focus on justice, not greed in case against "mass tort warehouse"

By Hanna Nakano | Oct 15, 2015

A Houston funds officer is suing the law firm he claims fired him to avoid paying him millions of dollars for the thousands of medical lawsuits he acquired for the firm.

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