A Nederland corporation has filed suit against the estate of its former president, claiming he owed it more than $40,000 in unpaid loans at the time of his death.
News from September 2010
A Port Neches man claims he suffered physical pain and mental anguish after a driver failed to control his speed and struck him.
A Port Arthur man has filed suit against the driver who he claims struck the front end of his vehicle as the driver attempted to pull out of a private driveway.
GALVESTON Ã¯Â¿Â½ A former Houston Astros pitcher is among a number of Galveston County residents who claim that the Galveston Police Department violated their civil rights two years ago during a wedding reception at a hotel bar in Galveston, recent court documents say.
GALVESTON - A League City couple is suing a Webster contractor for demanding payment on a residential work order the plaintiffs allege went unfulfilled.
Let's face it - life in general, and the legal system in particular, would be a lot more boring without the comic relief provided by the occasional criminal defendant, litigant, or even lawyer making mistakes.
Applying the pleading requirements of the Federal Circuit's Exergen Corp v. Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. decision, Magistrate Judge Everingham of the Eastern District of Texas concluded in SynQor, Inc. v. Artesyn Techs., Inc. that Defendant Bel Fuse Inc.'s inequitable conduct defense was not pled with sufficient particularity.
Orange residents Ira and Willie Mae Brown sought and received a restraining order against the city of Orange on Monday, temporarily stopping the city from demolishing their property.
A Lumberton woman who voluntarily climbed into a swing hanging from a track hoe is suing after being flung into a bulldozer.
A Vidor woman is suing three individuals and an insurance company for an automobile collision she was in two years ago.
A Jefferson County jury has been tasked to decide if Valero Energy is responsible for a refinery worker's acid burn.
Citimortgage has filed an application to foreclose on the property of Pamela Darjean, located at 5840 Falcon Lane, Beaumont, Texas 77708.
New business licenses/assumed names issued in Jefferson County, Sept. 23-29, 2010.
GALVESTON - A state district judge issued a temporary restraining order on Sept. 27 that keeps the amount paid to the attorneys involved in a massive Texas Windstorm Insurance Association settlement mum.
On the dusty roads of West Texas in the 1920s, an unlikely figure traveled from town to town in her Model T, signing up roughnecks and cowboys for custom boot orders and continuing her late father's bootmaking legacy.
Recent patent infringement/false marking suits filed in the Eastern District of Texas, Sept. 21-23, 2010.
Modesitt BLOOMINGTON, Ill. - Judges in McLean County plan two asbestos conspiracy trials at the same time against the same defendants.
Brandner NEW ORLEANS-A day after the makers of Similac issued a recall on infant formula, a federal class action was filed accusing the manufacturers of unfairly and deceptively promoting the product as having safe ingredients for infant consumption when the ingredients may cause diarrhea and other health problems.
GALVESTON - Alleging race and gender were factors in her termination from the Texas City Fire Department, a Galveston County woman has filed suit against the city.