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Man alleges Westlake Financial ignored requests to stop calling him

SHERMAN – A Plano man alleges that a California company is unlawfully calling him.

Consumers allege Experian, TXU Energy Retail is reporting inaccurate information on credit reports

GALVESTON – Three Texas consumers allege inaccurate information is still listed on their credit reports.

German company reaches settlement with Apple, ZTE Corp. over patents dispute

BEAUMONT – The patent infringement cases filed by German company Papst Licensing GMBH & Co. KG against Apple Inc. and ZTE Corp. and ZTE (USA) Inc. have been settled. Specific monetary terms of the settlement have not been publicly disclosed.

Consumer alleges BorrowersFirst Inc. harassed him with collection calls

HOUSTON – A Harris County consumer alleges a debt collector harassed him with 50 calls a day.

Hampton Products International Corp. alleged to have defectively designed tie-downs

MARSHALL – The parents of a man who died from injuries after a classic car rolled off of a trailer and into his pickup are suing the makers of the tie-downs used to secure the car.

Man files suit against Taco Bell of America after employee allegedly assaulted him

HOUSTON – A Harris County man alleges he was assaulted by a Taco Bell employee in Houston.

U.S. district judge dismisses case against social media outlets over Dallas police shooting

SAN FRANCISCO – A U.S. district court judge has cleared social media outlets in a lawsuit stemming from a 2016 mass shooting in Dallas that left five police officers dead.

Woman alleges Fingerhut, credit bureaus reported derogatory information

TYLER – A Smith County resident alleges that inaccurate information was reported on her credit report.

Chevron reaches settlement in trade secret lawsuit with terminated contractor

HOUSTON – A settlement has been reached in Chevron USA Inc.’s lawsuit against Ronald Guajardo in which the company had alleged the contractor stole proprietary information.

99 Ranch Market shopper seeks more than $200,000 after slipping in store

HOUSTON – A woman alleges she was injured at a Houston supermarket after she slipped on soapy water.

Paxton files amicus brief in case regarding unaccompanied minor's request for abortion

SAN FRANCISCO – A pregnant 17-year-old unaccompanied immigrant known only as Jane Doe has been added to a case pending in the U.S. District Court of the Northern District of California that seeks to preserve her right to have an abortion in Texas.

Consumer seeks damages from Experian, Account Resolution Services over allegedly inaccurate trade-line

HOUSTON – A Spring consumer alleges that an alleged debt he has disputed has not been reinvestigated.

Dallas firm Baron & Budd files class again against Wells Fargo over auto insurance charges

SAN FRANCISCO – A new federal lawsuit filed in a San Francisco federal court by a Dallas law firm is accusing troubled bank Wells Fargo of racketeering violations and fraud in relation to auto loans.

Consumer claims Westside Lexus failed to disclose vehicle had been in accident

HOUSTON – A Harris County auto dealer is accused of failing to tell a consumer that a vehicle she purchased had been in an accident.

Dallas police sergeant files suit against social media companies over terrorist group usage

DALLAS – Dallas Police Sgt. Demetrick Pennie has filed a lawsuit against several social media sites including Twitter, Facebook and Google. The suit, which was filed in the wake of his research into trending topics and the ease with which terrorist groups can organize and raise funding, alleges that the popular websites give a platform that promotes terror attacks both domestic and abroad.

Plaintiffs in texting while driving suit against Apple submit brief to stave off dismissal

TYLER – A federal lawsuit filed two years ago in response to 2013 motor vehicle collision that claimed the lives of two women and paralyzed a cancer survivor appears no closer to a conclusion as the plaintiffs attempt to avert the case’s dismissal.

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Delivery driver alleges Papa John's failed to pay overtime

HOUSTON — A Washington County woman has filed a class action lawsuit against Papa John’s, alleging violation of workers compensation acts in failing to pay overtime.

Uniloc alleges Google unlawfully used patented technology for its Google Hangout app

MARSHALL – Computer security company Uniloc USA Inc. and Uniloc Luxembourg SA are alleging that Google Inc. uses their patented technology in the Google Hangout app.

Inmate blames transport providers, law enforcement officials for injuries

HOUSTON — An inmate is suing transport service providers and Harris County law enforcement, alleging their negligence caused injuries to the plaintiff.