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Convergent Outsourcing alleged to have contacted third party to collect debt

By Kristine Gonzales-Abella | Jul 16, 2018

HOUSTON – A Highlands resident alleges that a debt collector unlawfully contacted a family member.

Convergent Outsourcing alleged to have failed to disclose identity when calling consumers

By Kristine Gonzales-Abella | Jul 10, 2018

HOUSTON – Two Montgomery consumers allege that a debt collector contacted them without disclosing its identity.

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States against climate change lawsuits ask for dismissal of NYC's

By John O'Brien | Jun 5, 2018

NEW YORK (Legal Newsline) – The top lawyers of 15 states are again asking a federal judge to reject the legal strategy used by public officials and the private attorneys with whom they’ve teamed to sue the energy industry over alleged effects of climate change.

Meineke seeks summary judgment in wrongful death suit over fatal auto fire

By David Yates | May 23, 2018

BEAUMONT – A defendant is seeking summary judgment in a lawsuit filed by the family of a woman who burned to death when her car allegedly malfunctioned and burst into flames.

Costco patron seeks $1 million over injuries allegedly caused by patio chair

By Philip Gonzales | Apr 2, 2018

HOUSTON – A Costco shopper is seeking more than $1 million in relief over alleged injuries she suffered when the patio chair she attempted to sit in collapsed and caused her to fall.

Claims filed against Air Force by relatives of 9 of those killed in Sutherland Springs massacre

By Dee Thompson | Dec 6, 2017

DALLAS – The U.S. Air Force's negligence is to blame for the Sutherland Springs church shooting deaths last month of nine relatives of Claryce and Joe Holcombe, the family claims.

Customer blames McDonald's for injuries

By Mike Torres | May 17, 2017

GALVESTON — A customer is suing McDonalds, alleging its negligence caused her to suffer injuries.

Patent infringement case against AT&T, Microsoft dismissed

By Dawn Geske | Sep 16, 2016

DALLAS – Attorney fees have been awarded to AT&T Inc. and Microsoft Corp. in an infringement case that claimed the two companies copied several software patents.

Storage facility alleges Harris County business owes more than $100,000

By Philip Gonzales | Aug 15, 2016

HOUSTON — A Houston storage facility is suing a Harris County company, alleging it owes more than $100,000 for breach of contract.

Conroe equipment provider alleges 2 companies owe more than $800,000

By The SE Texas Record | Jul 14, 2016

HOUSTON — A Conroe-based equipment provider is suing two Western companies, alleging they owe more than $800,000. 

U.S. litigation panel sends Enron-centered case back to NY court

By Mike Helenthal | Jun 22, 2016

NEW YORK – One of the last remaining cases stemming from the bankruptcy of Houston-based commodities giant Enron Corp. will go back to the New York federal court where it was initially filed in 2002.

2 employees allege Bank of America failed to pay overtime

By Wadi Reformado | May 13, 2016

HOUSTON — Two employees are suing Bank of America, alleging failure to pay overtime wages.

Woman alleges Crossroads RV sold defective vehicle

By Wadi Reformado | Mar 30, 2016

HOUSTON – A woman alleges she was sold a defective RV.

Jack in the Box accused of FLSA violations

By Tia Benton | Mar 6, 2016

SHERMAN — A former fast-food restaurant employee is suing the owners of Jack in the Box alleging they owe him nearly $800 in unpaid wages.

Denton County man alleges Alliance One Receivables ruined his credit

By Gene Johnson | Jan 12, 2016

SHERMAN – A Denton County man resident is suing a collection agency, alleging it sullied his credit when it did not report he was disputing a debt.

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