SAN FRANCISCO (Legal Newsline)-A federal appeals court ruling this week has opened the door for thousands of female Wal-Mart employees to sue the retail giant in a single class action lawsuit for alleged gender discrimination.
WASHINGTON (Legal Newsline)-The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday will hear the case of whether employees' text messages sent by an employer-owned device are considered private.
NEW ORLEANS, La. (Legal Newsline)- A federal judge in Louisiana may have set the standards for thousands of homes tainted with sulfur-emitting drywall imported from China.
Daniels SANTA FE, N.M. (Legal Newsline)-Charles Daniels was sworn in Wednesday as New Mexico's new chief justice.
Chief Justice Wallace Jefferson (R) AUSTIN (Legal Newsline)- The Texas Supreme Court last week answered the question of whether or not a person may refile a lawsuit once the statute of limitations has expired if the original complaint was filed in the wrong court.
Louisiana Attorney General Buddy Caldwell NEW ORLEANS (Legal Newsline)-The state of Louisiana is suing Anderson & Gutierrez Development, alleging that the company took hundreds of thousands of dollars to build or improve modular homes without doing so.
AUSTIN (Legal Newsline)-Felony arson criminal mischief charges have dismissed against Francisca Medina, the wife of Texas Supreme Court Justice David Medina.
Harriet O'Neill DALLAS (Legal Newsline)-Texas Supreme Court Justice Harriet O'Neill says she will not to seek re-election once her term expires in 2010.