SE Texas Record
The Newsletter Bringing the Legal System to Light
Tuesday, January 21, 2020
By Marian Johns |
Jan 21, 2020
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HOUSTON – A former Novo employee is claiming the company is using a non-compete agreement to prevent her from working on "revolutionary" hemophilia gene therapy for another pharmaceutical business.
HOUSTON – A former Kelsey Seybold Clinic nurse alleges she was discriminated against and fired because of her age.
By Marian Johns |
Jan 15, 2020
HOUSTON — A Woods Group employee who was electrocuted while working on Noble Energy's Will Rogers pad in the Permian Basin is claiming his employer's negligence.
HOUSTON — A woman who fell over potholes in her apartment complex parking lot is claiming the negligence of the owners and management company.
HOUSTON — A man is suing two Houston area physicians after he suffered from complications from orthopedic surgery and required a corrective surgery on his leg.
HOUSTON — A Houston taxi driver alleges the City of Houston illegally denied him of his taxi cab license renewal.
SHERMAN — A former patient caregiver at Clyde Cosper Texas State Veterans Home is claiming pregnancy discrimination.
MARSHALL — A woman who worked for Simple Custodian has filed a class action alleging she and other employees were not paid for overtime work.
TYLER — Kaizen Marketing is facing a sexual harassment suit from a former employee.
TYLER — A former Tyler Ford employee claims she was fired due to her age.
BEAUMONT — A United States Postal Service (USPS) worker is claiming the federal government has breached their discrimination pre-arbitration agreement.
HOUSTON — A Houston couple involved in fraud litigation against their former son-in-law who was a physician with Harris Health System (HHS) is seeking depositions from hospital employees as evidence in their case.
HOUSTON — A Houston dentist is facing a negligence suit after a woman claims he left a root exposed and caused bone fragments during a procedure.
HOUSTON — A woman who slipped and fell while attending a Justin Timberlake concert is suing the operators of the Toyota Center in Houston.
HOUSTON — A Texas woman claims a San Diego law firm attempting to collect her debt coerced and misled her into a false settlement.
HOUSTON — A plumber who worked for WaterWorks claims he and others were not paid for overtime in violation of federal law.
HOUSTON — The widow and children of a man who was shot during an attempted robbery at his apartment complex is alleging the negligence of the property's owner and management company.
HOUSTON — A woman is suing Marina Bay Holdings and Genesis Investment Properties alleging negligence after she fell at their League City property.
HOUSTON — A disabled Pacesetter Personnel Services (PPS) employee claims he is not being given accommodations because he is African American.