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Union Pacific Railroad Co. machinist alleges he was injured because of unsafe work environment

HOUSTON – A machinist alleges he was injured while working on a locomotive in a rail yard.

Registered nurse alleges Catholic Health Initiatives interfered with FMLA rights

HOUSTON – A registered nurse residing Walker County alleges her health care employers discriminated against her because of her disability.

Tenant blames management companies for mold damage

HOUSTON — A former Harris County resident is suing the managers of a Houston apartment complex, alleging breach of a lease agreement in failing to remove mold.

Tenant blames apartment owner, pet owner for dog attack

HOUSTON — A Harris County woman is suing a Cypress apartment owner and a pet owner, alleging their negligence led to an attack by dogs.

Commodity prices, judges' protocol draw major bankruptcy cases to Texas district

HOUSTON – The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Texas has seen a boom in major Chapter 11 bankruptcy filings this year, particularly from companies in the energy sector.

United Airlines, subsidiary named in wrongful termination suit

HOUSTON — A Harris County man is suing a major airline and one of its subsidiaries over an alleged wrongful termination.

TracBeam sues Apple over wireless location technology including 'Find My Phone' service

TYLER (Legal Newsline) – A Colorado-based, inventor-owned company is suing Apple Inc. for patent infringement.

Legally Speaking: More Believe It or Not Moments

Last week, I shared some of the recent cases from around the country that were shocking, odd, even unbelievable � but true.

Abbott, other AGs hail GM bankruptcy agreement

Greg Abbott (R-Texas) NEW YORK (Legal Newsline)-A bankruptcy court's decision in the General Motors Corp. case this week that disputes between the automaker and its dealers will be up to state authorities to settle has drawn praise from state attorneys general.