U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas News

Judge denies dismissal of complaint against Don Herring LTD over marketing mailing

By Karen Kidd | Jan 16, 2018

DALLAS – A class action lawsuit against a Dallas-area auto dealership group accused of ignoring the federal Driver's Privacy Protection Act by trawling through state motor vehicle records to find potential customers is moving ahead following a judge's ruling earlier this month.

Texas investors appeal recently dismissed $7.2 billion Stanford Ponzi case against Proskauer law firm

By Karen Kidd | Nov 10, 2017

NEW ORLEANS – Texas investors who for years have accused Proskauer Rose LLP of nurturing the $7.2 billion Robert Allen Stanford Ponzi scheme, appealed their case five days after it was dismissed by a federal judge who said the firm was entitled to attorney immunity.

SecurityProfiling patent case moved from Eastern District court

By Tabitha Fleming | May 25, 2017

YLER – Trend Micro won a minor victory in the Tyler Division of the Eastern District of Texas earlier this month when it was successful in requesting a change of venue to the Northern District of Texas.

UnitedHealthcare Insurance billed for more $100 million in fraudulent claims, company alleges

By S. Laney Griffo | Feb 7, 2017

DALLAS – UnitedHealthcare Insurance was used in a massive fraudulent billing scheme, the company claimed in a Texas court.

Texas AG supports ExxonMobil's efforts to dismiss subpoena for internal climate change documents

By Allen Jones | Sep 16, 2016

ABILENE – Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton and 10 other state attorneys general are backing ExxonMobil Corp.’s effort to squash a state civil administrative subpoena for more than 40 years of the oil giant’s internal documents, which some believe could show the corporation misled its investors regarding evidence of climate change.

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