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Suit over Galveston school concludes

GALVESTON - A legal dispute over a Galveston school has ended with the parties involve choosing not to proceed further with the lawsuit.

ISOBEL + EZRA sues Urban Outfitters for allegedly ripping off jewelry design

HOUSTON – A business owner claims a popular clothing retailer is selling earrings similar to those in her line though it did not secure her permission to do so.

Recent patent infringement cases filed in the Eastern District of Texas

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District judge sues Galveston County judge for interfering with reinstatement of administrator

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Richard Dawkins hit with $58M defamation suit, plaintiff claims famous atheist called him ‘stupid’

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Recent patent infringement cases filed in the Eastern District of Texas

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Lawsuit: Huntleigh failed to safely escort couple from plane

HOUSTON – A Louisiana couple is suing Huntleigh USA Corp. after the wife reportedly sustained a fractured femur while exiting an international flight at George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston two years ago.

Local homeowner says single-vehicle accident damaged property

GALVESTON - A Galveston man has filed a lawsuit over a single-vehicle accident he says was caused by an impaired motorist.

Lawsuit: 'Inadequate' lighting caused worker to slip on trailer

GALVESTON - Following an incident which reportedly left him injured and dangling from his work trailer, Brazoria County resident Carl Tichacek is pursuing legal action.

Woman claims company fired her for refusing to attend meeting with alleged harasser

HOUSTON - Houston resident Kelly Guy alleges Asplundh Tree Expert Co. fired her for refusing to attend a meeting with a male co-worker she claims sexually harassed her and has pursued legal action.

Lawsuit filed in accident between Seabrook residents

GALVESTON - An apparent auto accident between Seabrook locals is the focus of a lawsuit filed in Galveston County District Court on Jan. 6.

Local man accuses business partner of shutting him 'entirely out' of venture

GALVESTON - Local resident Paul T. Young is suing his business partner after the latter allegedly shut him "entirely out" of their venture.

Alleged dog attack victim trespassed on defendants' property, motion insists

GALVESTON - A Santa Fe couple sued after their dog purportedly attacked a local woman have filed a summary judgment in the case, according to recent court records.

Comal Co. couple claims stranger sending them unwanted messages

HOUSTON - Alleging someone they do not know is harassing them, Comal County residents James and Kimberly Kissling pursue legal action and are seeking a half million dollars in damages.

Ga. man falls off dock, files lawsuit

GALVESTON - A Georgia man blames Caribbean Breeze Boat Rental for injuries he claims to have sustained while on its premises back in October.

League City man sues Galveston attorney for poor representation

GALVESTON - A Galveston attorney faces a lawsuit from a League City local who claims he was misrepresented.

Pharmacist asserts city of Sugar Land intimidating customers, demands $38 million

HOUSTON - A Houston pharmacist who runs a pharmacy in Sugar Land is suing the city for $38 million, claiming it is trying to ruin her business.

Cable malfunction during boat ride caused woman's head injury, court papers say

GALVESTON - A Houston couple claims the wife was injured during a boat ride almost two years ago and has pursued legal action, recent court papers say.

Litigation Look Back: Mother claimed cruise ship worker molested daughter

GALVESTON - When Harris County resident Bernadette Dale and her daughter embarked on a Carnival cruise in the summer of 2008, little did the two know they would return home to launch a legal battle against the company.

Galveston hotel owner sued over falling marble tile files motion to compel

GALVESTON - The owner of a Galveston hotel named in an Oklahoma woman's personal injury lawsuit has filed a motion to compel, recent Galveston County court records show.