June 11-12 2:19-cv-00219-JRG UNILOC 2017 LLC V. KASPERSKY LAB, INC.
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JEPSON BLUHM LLC vs. MONTGOMERY CHANDLER INC ET AL
HOUSTON – Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, Inc. was awarded a writ of mandamus from a state appeals court.
HOUSTON – The Texas First Court of Appeals issued an opinion June 6 overturning a lower court’s judgment in favor of a family practice physician who was sued for breaching a lease.
June 6-7 SHERMAN DIVISION 4:19-cv-00417-ALMSTILES V. TARGET CORPORATION
CANDEE DAILEY ET AL vs. SPINDLETOP CENTER ET AL
Paxton tells education commissioner that civil remedies still exist for violations of Texas Open Meetings Act
AUSTIN – Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, in a recent response to an inquiry from Education Agency Commissioner Mike Morath regarding the state's Open Meetings Act, said a governmental body is in violation of the Texas Open Meetings Act (TOMA) if it “deliberates about public business within the jurisdiction of the body outside of a meeting authorized by the (TOMA) through multiple communications each involving fewer than a quorum.”
May 28 MARSHALL DIVISION 2:19-cv-00201-JRG-RSPPEBBLE TIDE LLC V. AMCREST INDUSTRIES LLC
DAVID GARRETT III ET AL vs. KARI ANN HILLIN
AUSTIN – Texas municipalities do not have the authority to regulate firearm and ammunition sales through zoning and other regulations, Attorney General Ken Paxon said in an opinion issued May 24.
BEAUMONT (SE Texas Record) – A state appeals court has upheld a Montgomery County lower court’s decision to award a summary judgment in a lawsuit over a “major compromise” of canals in a waterfront community near Lake Conroe nearly three years ago.
HOUSTON (SE Texas Record) – The Texas First District Court of Appeals has sided with a Harris County trial court’s dismissal ruling in favor of the city of Houston in an election case.
May 23 MARSHALL DIVISION 2:19-cv-00192-JRG GEOGRAPHIC LOCATION INNOVATIONS LLC V. BOSTON MARKET CORPORATION
May 15 MARSHALL DIVISION 2:19-cv-00178 INNOBRILIANCE LLC V. VIRTUAL SURVEILLANCE LLC
HOUSTON – A state appeals court has granted a writ of mandamus to a hotel owner implicated in a sexual assault lawsuit.
HOUSTON – The Texas 14th Court of Appeals has overturned a Houston lower court’s dismissal of malpractice claims against a local hospital.