TEXARKANA – A consumer alleges a debt collector failed to identify the name of the current creditor in two collection letters it mailed to her.
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BEAUMONT – A female employee of a credit card service company alleges she was paid less than similarly situated male co-workers.
BEAUMONT – A Plano company is alleged to have unlawfully called a Maryland man for marketing purposes.
TYLER – A Tyler consumer alleges his credit was damaged because of the actions of three entities.
BEAUMONT – A Roanoke consumer alleges a debt collector harassed her with repeated calls.
BEAUMONT – A Tyler consumer alleges he was harassed with calls from a debt collector.
BEAUMONT – A Corinth consumer alleges that a debt collector has communicated with her illegally.
Consumer claims E.A. Uffman & Associates Inc. failed to disclose calls were attempts to collect debt
BEAUMONT – A Beaumont woman alleges a Baton Rouge debt collector is using deceptive practices with its calls.
BEAUMONT – The sons of a Texas inventor who challenged Disney Parks and Resorts for allegedly infringing their father’s patented wireless connecting system without authorization have dropped voluntarily their suit against Walt Disney Parks and Resorts.
WASHINGTON – The Supreme Court's May 22 decision to reduce the states in which patent owners are allowed to file infringement lawsuits is expected to reduce 1,000 cases per year in Eastern Texas and increase cases in the District of Delaware by 500, Unified Patents has predicted.
BEAUMONT — A consumer has filed a class action lawsuit against a debt collector, alleging violation of telephone harassment statutes.
BEAUMONT — A Texas consumer is suing a debt collector, alleging violation of telephone harassment statutes.
BEAUMONT – A federal district court has rejected an appeal from Core Wireless SARL in its dispute with Apple over allegations of patent infringement.
Dr. Mark Barry wins $17.6 million for infringement in the U.S., and the rest for outside the U.S.
BEAUMONT – Associated Builders and Contractors of Southeast Texas, Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc. and National Association of Security Companies won a preliminary injunction against portions of a presidential executive order that requires federal contracting officers to determine whether labor and employment law violations should keep contractors from winning government contracts.
HOUSTON -- Personal injury attorney Dan Linebaugh, founder and leader of the Linebaugh Law Firm, recently received the American Association for Justice (AAJ) Diplomates of Trial Advocacy designation. This title recognizes attorneys who have demonstrated their ongoing commitment to legal education by completing more than 400 hours of qualifying AAJ educational programs.
BEAUMONT – A transportation company and its driver are facing a suit after an accident on Interstate 20 in Smith County.
BEAUMONT, Texas (Legal Newsline) -- Apple Inc. has agreed to settle a patent lawsuit with Dot 23 Technologies Inc. that alleged Apple’s Siri voice assistant technology violated three patents. The terms of the settlement have not been publicly disclosed.