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Ex-hotel sales director accuses company of terminating her for pregnancy

HOUSTON – A local woman alleges she lost her job in the hospitality industry because she became pregnant.

Attorney claims client refused to accept settlement, files lawsuit

HOUSTON – A Houston-area attorney is suing a client from Lake Jackson for allegedly refusing to accept a settlement arising from a lawsuit over an automobile accident.

Complaint labels school uniform business's closure a violation of WARN Act

HOUSTON – The recent closing of a school uniform business has resulted in a federal lawsuit.

ExxonMobil, Lockheed Martin settle dispute over alleged asbestos-containing Dum Dum product line

HOUSTON – ExxonMobil Corp. and Lockheed Martin Corp. have reached a confidential agreement to settle a contract dispute between the two companies over asbestos litigation.

Houston lawyer moves to nonsuit litigation over back fees

HOUSTON – A Harris County lawsuit alleging a Houston-area lawyer was owed part of a fee from a commercial dispute was recently disposed.

Consumer files fraud suit against Ron Hoover Marine Inc., Epic Boats LLC over alleged issues with boat

HOUSTON – A Baytown consumer alleges a boat he purchased was in a defective condition.

Hercules Construction employee alleges he was injured because of unsafe working environment

HOUSTON – A Harris County man alleges he was injured because of the ladder his employer provided him.

Consumer claims Adams, London & Weiss violated debt collection laws

SHERMAN – A Plano woman alleges a Houston debt collector used misleading representations in its attempt to collect an alleged debt.

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.

Union Pacific Railroad Co. employee seeks damages over injuries caused by motor explosion

HOUSTON – A railroad worker alleges his employer's failure to inspect and maintain equipment caused him to sustain injuries while working.

Woman alleges she was terminated from Verizon job because of age, race

HOUSTON – A Sugar Land resident alleges that she was terminated from her job at Verizon because of her age and Caucasian race.

Former Donnelly Financial employee alleges she was retaliated against for taking medical leave

HOUSTON – A Euless woman alleges she lost her job with a Houston company after returning from a medical leave.

Pharmacy technician alleges Deliverit Transportation owes unpaid wages

HOUSTON – A pharmacy technician has filed a class-action lawsuit against her former employer over allegations that she was not paid for all hours worked.

Workers allege Lyondell Refining Co. LLC, others failed to maintain roof that collapsed on them

HOUSTON – Three workers are seeking more than $1 million after they were injured in a roof collapse at a Houston property.

Master chef files suit over use of Ruggles Green mark

HOUSTON – A Houston master chef seeks to nullify the terms of an agreement over the use of a trademark.

Consumer claims Recovery Service Bureau falsely represented intention to take legal action in collection letter

BEAUMONT – A Hardin County consumer has filed a class-action lawsuit against a debt collector over allegations of abusive, deceptive and unfair collection practices.

Estate of man killed in officer-involved shooting file wrongful death suit against Gladewater officer, city

MARSHALL – The heirs of a man fatally shot by a Gladewater police officer in 2016 have failed a wrongful death suit.

Woman seeks more than $200,000 from CHCA Bayshore LP over alleged fall injuries

HOUSTON – A Houston woman alleges she was injured in a medical facility after tripping on a rubber divider.

Appellate court reverses injunction in Inhance Technologies trade secret ruling

HOUSTON – The Texas 1st District Court of Appeals has reversed a permanent injunction and remanded a lower court’s ruling of injunctive relief for further proceedings in a trade secrets lawsuit.