AUSTIN – Austin resident Michael Cargill adhered to the bump stock ban and surrendered two of his devices at the local Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) field office.
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U.S. District Court judge John McBryde dismissed a Coppola, Texas woman’s complaint against the Security and Exchange Commission but one of her attorneys said there is some light at the end of the tunnel.
KANSAS CITY, Kan. (Legal Newsline) – A federal judge in Kansas has dismissed a lawsuit brought against plaintiffs attorney Mikal Watts by one of his competitors who cried foul over the recruitment of farmers to sue Syngenta.
&&& DALLAS – Seventeen attorneys from the law firm of Baron & Budd recently were honored by the National Trial Lawyers, an organization that is comprised of trial lawyers from around the country.
HOUSTON – In May, two offshore drilling companies entered into a merger agreement, but a shareholder is not happy about it and filed a class action lawsuit in the Houston Division of the Southern District of Texas on June 30.
OUSTON – One of the top distributors of heavy duty truck and trailer parts in the United States filed suit against one of its former employees and top competitor and was asking for a temporary restraining order against the defendants.
HOUSTON – Five Harris County residents have filed suit against a Houston residential complex alleging they suffered damages from a bed bug infestation.
HOUSTON – A Harris County police officer who claimed he was dishonorably discharged and terminated has filed suit against the county and several individuals.
HOUSTON – In a filing last month in New York District Court, General Motors Corp. agreed to settle more than 200 lawsuits related to allegedly defective ignition switches that caused vehicles to stall and prevent airbags from deploying in a crash.
SHERMAN – A 45-year-old man filed suit the Sherman Division of the Eastern District of Texas alleging age and race discrimination, hostile work environment, retaliation and wrongful termination against his former Lewisville employer.
Man injured in collision with allegedly intoxicated biker seeks damages from Dickinson, Kemah establishments
GALVESTON – A Texas man is seeking monetary damages after allegedly suffering injuries in a motorcycle accident.
AUSTIN – TriMax Media along with Laura Woodruff, WREI Inc. and Josh West filed an appeal April 21 to block a $2.3 million judgment against them in the Austin Division of the Western District of Texas.
HOUSTON – Last year, Friendswood resident Victor Guerrero was driving his 2002 Honda in the Houston area when he slammed into the back of another car.
TEXAS CITY – Galveston County resident Edwin Draviam and his company Saro Enterprises are in the business of flipping houses. His methods and tactics, though, are being tested after a couple from Galveston County filed suit in district court.
HOUSTON – The split between two mattress giants likely is heading to court.
HOUSTON – Accurate Control Co., an electric parts company based in Houston, has filed for a temporary and permanent restraining order against three former employees in Harris County District Court.
HOUSTON – The Mesothelioma Claims Center is expanding its services and it is trying to make it easier for those impacted by the disease to receive easier access to compensation.