SHERMAN DIVISION July 20 4:18-cv-00519 WAPP TECH LIMITED PARTNERSHIP ET AL V. BANK OF AMERICA CORP.
HOUSTON – A Georgia woman who formerly worked as a welder for Schlumberger Technology Corp. has sued the company for wrongful termination, alleging she was fired because she was expecting.
THERESA HERNANDEZ ET AL vs. BECHTEL CORPORATION ET AL
HOUSTON – A construction worker alleges he was injured by a saw he was using and has filed a lawsuit, according to recent Harris County District Court records.
SHERMAN – Capital One Auto Finance, Inc. has been sued by a Texas man who claims the business fired him for having cancer.
HOUSTON – A lawsuit alleging a Harris County man’s sperm donation was destroyed without explanation was non-suited, according to recent Harris County District Court records.
BEAUMONT – The Ferguson Law Firm of Beaumont, Texas continues its trend of noteworthy results with the release of 2017’s List of Top Fifty Verdicts and Top Fifty Settlements for the State of Texas.
Mark Pulliam writes "to express my chagrin, bordering on exasperation, at the continuing hijinks at UT-Austin under the so-called leadership of President Greg Fenves."
HOUSTON – An American expatriate in South Korea is suing his Houston-based employer for discrimination based on nationality.
HOUSTON – A professional collection agency is accused of fostering a hostile work environment by a former employee who is a practicing Muslim.
TEXARKANA – Midlothian resident Barbara Wilde has launched a class action complaint against Ocean Canyon Properties, Inc., accusing the company of misrepresenting the costs and benefits and making inadequate and inaccurate disclosures regarding a camping resort membership it sold to her and many other similarly situated consumers.
HOUSTON – A worker alleges he was injured after a fall on an uncapped piece of rebar at a Houston job site.
HOUSTON – A man alleges he was injured at a Houston apartment because a ceiling collapsed on him.
HOUSTON – An employee of a Cypress spa is alleged to have caused burns on a Harris County resident.
HOUSTON – The Texas Renaissance Festival formally countered numerous allegations laid out in a former employee’s federal wrongful termination lawsuit, per recent Houston federal court records.
HOUSTON – A customer at a Deer Park fast food restaurant alleges a substance in the restaurant's parking lot caused her to fall.
HOUSTON – A diner at a Houston restaurant alleges she suffered food poisoning after consuming food there and seeks $500,000 in damages.
This post is our latest review of noteworthy case developments in the Eastern and Northern Districts of Texas for the month of June 2018.
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