GALVESTON - A Galveston man accuses a Georgia-based window company and its Texas branch of performing post-Hurricane Ike work on his home that resulted in negative marks from the Texas Windstorm Insurance Association, recent court documents say.
As part of Lamar University's Academic Lecture Series, Bob Love, former Chicago Bulls three-time NBA All-Star, will present a lecture on his motivational life story at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 26, in the University Theatre.
Public Citizen, the self-appointed environmental watchdog group, filed suit this month against the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ), seeking to force it to regulate carbon dioxide and other so-called greenhouse gas emissions.
Pedro Nava (D) SACRAMENTO, Calif. (Legal Newsline)-A Democratic candidate for California attorney general today will once again introduce legislation to enact a $1.5 billion a year tax on oil producers.
Shuffield The "judicial hellhole" label tort reform supporters have slapped Jefferson County with may be starting to peel, as a recent upsurge in defense verdicts and decrease in personal injury filings has tipped the scales in Lady Justice's hand.
Scruggs HOUSTON (Legal Newsline)-A federal judge in Texas will hear a lawsuit claiming that disgraced former trial attorney Richard "Dickie" Scruggs and several others conspired to defraud a former colleague of millions of dollars in legal fees.
Pedro Nava (D) SACRAMENTO, Calif. (Legal Newsline)- Assemblyman Pedro Nava, the Southern California lawmaker vying to become the state's next chief legal officer, said Monday that Big Oil companies are getting off easy.
Morgan The Texas Department of Criminal Justice is on trial this week for allegedly discriminating against a pair of past employees, who allege TDCJ supervisors retaliated against them for "blowing the whistle" on illegal activities.