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Dallas federal court orders One Technologies credit report case to arbitration

By John Myers | Jul 31, 2017

DALLAS – The Dallas Division of the Northern District of Texas has granted a motion to compel arbitration and to dismiss a case regarding a free credit report with prejudice.

9th District court affirms Lancelot Homes summary judgment in home building dispute

By John Myers | Jul 13, 2017

BEAUMONT – Chief Justice Steve McKeithen has affirmed a lower court's summary judgment awarding $163,062 in damages in a dispute between a building company and its clients.

NFL Enterprises faces allegations of patent violations in federal court

By John Myers | May 8, 2017

MARSHALL – Open TV has kicked off a series of intellectual property problems for NFL Enterprises (NFLE) after filing seven patent infringement complaints against the company.

Texas Supreme clarifies past insurance rules, orders second trial in USAA lawsuit

By John Myers | May 1, 2017

AUSTIN – The Supreme Court of Texas has overturned two lower court rulings and ordered that a new trial take place in an $11,350 Galveston Island insurance case.

Lawyer: $9.17 million award in patent case 'big win' for Saint Lawrence

By John Myers | Apr 25, 2017

MARSHALL – A Plano-based company was awarded $9.17 million after a jury found that telecommunications giant Motorola infringed its patents.

Appeals court tosses out $1.8 million medical malpractice award

By John Myers | Apr 5, 2017

HOUSTON – The 1st District Court of Appeals has rejected a trial court's medical malpractice ruling and tossed out a $1,875,887.62 award.

Jury awards woman $1.35 million in condo fraud settlement

By John Myers | Mar 21, 2017

AUSTIN – A woman who claimed she was defrauded out of $1.35 million from the sale of her West Austin condominium has won her lawsuit against Chicago Title of Texas LLC and other businesses.

Alcohol, distracted driving causes fatal accidents in state to increase

By John Myers | Feb 23, 2017

AUSTIN – Fatal car crashes are becoming more and more common for Texas residents and the trend is impacting not just the lives of locals, but their insurance rates as well.

Supreme Court declines to review Texas Voter ID law case

By John Myers | Feb 1, 2017

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The U.S. Supreme Court recently dealt a blow to Texas' controversial voter identification law.

Chicago law firm seeks damages from alleged serial class action objectors

By John Myers | Dec 19, 2016

On Dec.6 Edelson PC a lawsuit alleging that three law offices are guilty of a pattern of extorting monetary payments through abuse of the class objection system and by engaging in unscrupulous litigation and wire fraud.

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