TEXARKANA – Three Titus County residents allege one of them was terminated because of her race by her employer.
HOUSTON – A California man alleges he is owed unpaid overtime wages by his former oil and gas industry employer.
SHERMAN – A Grayson County man alleges he was discriminated against at a Sherman facility because of a disability.
AUSTIN - A federal judge has opened the door for Walmart and other corporate retailers to begin selling liquor in the Lone Star State.
SHERMAN – A Grayson County consumer alleges a debt collector falsely stated it issued a petition for wage garnishment.
HOUSTON – One hundred couriers and drivers of a corporation allege that they are owed unpaid wages and were improperly classified as independent contractors.
BEAUMONT – A shopper at the Dowlen Road, Beaumont Walmart alleges that she was injured in a fall at the store.
GALVESTON – A Walmart shopper alleges she was injured in a Galveston County store because of a liquid on the floor.
SHERMAN – A Van Alstyne resident and an Anna resident have filed a class action suit against a New York debt collector over allegations that it violated collection laws.
Two Austin attorneys from the Mitchell, Williams, Selig, Gates & Woodyard law firm have been recognized among the best in their perspective areas of practice for 2018.
SHERMAN – A Colin County consumer has filed a class action against a debt collector over allegations it invaded her privacy.
BEAUMONT — A Jefferson County customer is suing Walmart, alleging the store's negligence caused injuries to the plaintiff.
AUSTIN – Julie Pomerantz, an attorney with Mitchell Williams Selig Gates & Woodyard, has been accepted to the Federation of Regulatory Counsel.
BEAUMONT – A Walmart shopper is suing the mega-retailer for slip and fall injuries suffered at the Beaumont location two years ago.
GALVESTON — Two employees are suing Tyson Foods Inc., alleging the defendant's negligence led to injuries suffered by the plaintiffs.
BEAUMONT -- The Provost Umphrey Law Firm has garnered the Best Law Firms designation from the publishers of U.S.
FORT SMITH, Ark. – Five lawyers were handed sanctions under a ruling by a judge in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Arkansas - Fort Smith Division over moving a class-action suit to a more favorable location so that would impose greater payment to the lawyers.
HOUSTON — A Texas airline consolidator is suing travel package providers, alleging breach of contract and owing more than $36,000.
TYLER — An Athens pharmacist is suing Walmart, alleging discrimination and retaliation.
GALVESTON – A Florida man has filed suit against a Horn Lake, Mississippi business alleging he was terminated because of his age and disability.