Tarricone WASHINGTON (Legal Newsline)Ã¯Â¿Â½The national trial lawyers group outlined its 2010 legislative agenda Monday, announcing that the group plans to take aim at mandatory arbitration clauses and push to expand civil liability, among other initiatives.
Supreme Court of the United States, Washington, D.C. WASHINGTON (Legal Newsline)Ã¯Â¿Â½A leading conservative public interest law firm has urged the U.S. Supreme Court to review a lower court decision that allows trial lawyers to use the federal False Claims Act as a tool for regulating the marketing activities of pharmaceutical companies and medical device manufacturers.
T. John Ward Jr. TEXARKANA, Ark. -- Cisco Systems has agreed to settle the second defamation lawsuit stemming from blog posts on the Patent Troll Tracker site. Terms of the Jan. 8 settlement were not released.
Frank L. Branson MARSHALL -- A Texas constable driving on a highway near Canton claims he swerved to avoid a dog that was standing in the roadway. His attempt failed and his 2002 Toyota Tundra pickup truck hit the dog and he lost control of the vehicle.
The former location of Texas Careers/Kaplan College at the Gateway Shopping Center. A landlord has filed suit against the tenant of a Beaumont retail space, alleging they failed to return the premises to its original condition when they vacated.
On Christmas Eve, just as Americans were getting ready to celebrate the holiday with family and friends, Senate Democrats passed a partisan health care bill without a single Republican vote. It was crafted in secret and packed with sweetheart deals. A majority of Americans were rightly opposed to the bill, but it was rushed through without regard to the rising concerns raised by citizens throughout