Louisiana State University News

Strasburger & Price opens Beaumont office, adds two admiralty and maritime law attorneys

By David Yates | May 2, 2017

DALLAS – On May 2, Strasburger & Price LLP, a Texas law firm, announced the opening of a new office in Beaumont and the addition of two attorneys.

College student alleges unjust dismissal from Texas A&M

By Molly English-Bowers | Dec 11, 2015

HOUSTON--A college student from Houston is suing Texas A&M, alleging unjust dismissal from the university.

Cornyn to chair Senate committee hearings on judicial nominations

By Marilyn Tennissen | Jan 20, 2015

U.S. Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas) will preside over hearings Wednesday to consider judges to fill vacancies in Texas courts.

La. U.S. Senate race: Cassidy criticizes Landrieu for aiding keg stand

By David Yates | Nov 29, 2014

BATON ROUGE – A widely circulated photo of Democratic U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu assisting a Louisiana State University fan with a keg stand has prompted her chief rival to openly criticize her.

Three judges nominated for US Courts in Texas

By Marilyn Tennissen | Sep 23, 2014

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The White House announced last week that President Barack Obama has nominated three judges to fill vacancies in Texas federal courts.

Personnel File: SettlePou hires six new attorneys for Dallas office

By The SE Texas Record | Aug 26, 2014

DALLAS – Six young lawyers have joined the Dallas-based law firm of SettlePou as associates.

LSU law chancellor will pick judges for oil spill fund appeals

By Alejandro De Los Rios | Mar 31, 2011

NEW ORLEANS (Legal Newsline) - Kenneth Feinberg has appointed Louisiana State University law professor Jack Weiss to pick a group of judges who will hear "limited appeals" on claims denied by the Gulf Coast Claims Facility.

Texas sues feds over offshore drilling ban

By Jessica M. Karmasek | Aug 12, 2010

HOUSTON (Legal Newsline) - Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott sued President Barack Obama's administration on Wednesday over its new deepwater offshore drilling moratorium.

Republican Huffman wins District 17 Senate seat

By Marilyn Tennissen | Dec 18, 2008

Joan Huffman (R) In a runoff election Dec. 16, Republican Joan Huffman successfully won the seat to represent District 17 in the Texas Senate. The district includes portions of Jefferson, Harris, Brazoria, Fort Bend and Galveston counties.

Run off for District 17 Senate seat to be held Tuesday

By Marilyn Tennissen | Dec 15, 2008

Joan Huffman (R) Voters in six Southeast Texas counties shouldn't put their voter registration cards away just yet, as who will represent them in Austin in the state Senate has still not been decided.

Early voting begins for District 17 runoff between Bell, Huffman

By Marilyn Tennissen | Dec 8, 2008

If the election were up to Jefferson County voters alone, Democrat Chris Bell would already be the new state senator for District 17.

Runoff for District 17 set for December

By Marilyn Tennissen | Nov 17, 2008

Huffman AUSTIN � Gov. Rick Perry today announced a special runoff election to fill the vacancy in Texas Senate District 17 will be held Dec. 16.

Slip and fall at H.E.B. leads to suit

By David Yates | Oct 10, 2007

H.E.B. on East Lucas Not wasting anytime, Daniel Lee Jones filed a personal injury lawsuit against H.E.B. Grocery Co. three weeks after he slipped and fell at the East Lucas store.

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