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Texas A&M law professor receives prestigious presidential award

By From A&M School of Law | Nov 21, 2018

Texas A&M University School of Law Professor Lisa Alexander is among the 21 recipients honored for the second annual Presidential Impact Fellows award presented in late October. The award is given to faculty members within the Texas A&M system who embrace grand challenges, commit to core values and embody the unique “can-do” spirit that distinguishes Texas Aggies in service through education.

HUSCH BLACKWELL: Eight Husch Blackwell Lawyers Named to 2018 Texas Super Lawyers

By Press release submission | Sep 13, 2018

Eight Husch Blackwell attorneys have been named to the 2018 Texas Super Lawyers list.

Final award levied against Cowboy Motorsports in wrongful termination suit, plaintiff’s attorney says company refusing to pay

By David Yates | Sep 11, 2018

BEAUMONT — In mid August, an arbitrator handed down a final award in an unlawful employment practices lawsuit. Nearly a month later, the attorney for the plaintiff says the defendant is refusing to pay.

HUSCH BLACKWELL: Husch Blackwell Earns Top Grade on Austin Law Firm Diversity Report Card for Sixth Straight Year

By Press release submission | Sep 9, 2018

Husch Blackwell’s Austin office earned a top grade of “A” for the sixth year in a row on the annual Austin Law Firm Diversity Report Card. The report, released August 14, is based on 2017 data.

Woman alleges earring on floor at Kohl's store caused fall

By Kristine Gonzales-Abella | May 30, 2018

HOUSTON – A Brazoria County woman alleges jewelry on a department store's floor caused her to fall.

Justices not on the fence in suit over property owners’ fence, couple tried to defend right to ‘enjoy property as they saw fit’

By David Yates | May 29, 2018

BEAUMONT – A Polk County couple that was sued by a property association because they allegedly violated a fence restriction received no help from the Ninth Court of Appeals on Thursday.

BP subsidiary dodges suit brought over 2013 terrorist attack, plaintiff injured knee reacting to security alarm

By David Yates | Feb 5, 2018

HOUSTON – A Texas appellate court recently affirmed the dismissal of a BP subsidiary from a lawsuit brought by a man claiming he injured his knee reacting to a security alert during a terrorist attack in 2013.

Woman seeks more than $1 million after fall in Houston parking lot

By Philip Gonzales | Nov 21, 2017

HOUSTON – A Harris County woman alleges a rock caused her to fall and break both legs in a Houston parking lot.

Ninth Court affirms SJ wins for Chase, Pleasure Pier HOA

By David Yates | Sep 25, 2017

BEAUMONT – The Ninth Court of Appeals recently affirmed that a trial court was right in awarding summary judgment to JP Morgan Chase and the Pleasure Pier Homeowners Association in a wrongful foreclosure lawsuit.

Tower worker blames ladder manufacturer, tower owners for injuries

By Philip Gonzales | Jun 7, 2017

HOUSTON — A Michigan man is suing a ladder manufacturer and tower owners, alleging their negligence caused him to fall and suffer injuries.

Motorist blames car damage on convenience store/gas station

By Philip Gonzales | Jun 7, 2017

GALVESTON — A Montgomery County man is suing a Galveston County convenience store and gas station operator, alleging their negligence caused damages to his car.

Mechanic alleges former employers failed to properly pay overtime wages

By The SE Texas Record | Jul 11, 2016

HOUSTON — A Texas man is suing a College Station service station and its owner, alleging they did not pay proper overtime.

Motorist blames Schneider National Carriers, driver for accident, injuries

By Gene Johnson | Mar 16, 2016

MARSHALL – A motorist is suing a national trucking company, alleging gross negligence after she says one of the defendant's big rigs drove through a red light and struck her car.

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