News from August 2011
AUSTIN, Texas (Legal Newsline) - Texas Gov. Rick Perry was in Houston Wednesday for the ceremonial signing of a new law that will implement a loser-pays system for frivolous lawsuits filed in the state.
AUSTIN (Legal Newsline) - Texas Gov. Rick Perry was in Houston Wednesday for the ceremonial signing of a new law that will implement a loser-pays system for frivolous lawsuits filed in the state.
SHERMAN - A New York collection company is being sued by a Denton County woman after the company left her a voicemail but failed to say it was about collecting a debt.
TEXARKANA, Texas - The parents of a Texas high school cheerleader have filed a lawsuit against the manufacturer of a gas storage can after she suffered third degree burns when a friend attempted to pour gasoline on a camp fire.
Two Orange County residents have filed suit against an air conditioner manufacturer, alleging the air conditioning units installed in their home were defective.
A Jefferson County man has filed a petition for deposition against a woman who he claims made defamatory remarks about him.
Two Jefferson County residents have filed suit against the driver who they claim rear-ended their vehicle, causing them to sustain serious injuries.
A Jefferson County jury recently awarded plaintiff Mary Zeno, who sued Rogelio Aguilar for rear-ending her, more than $48,000 in damages.
GALVESTON - An oil and gas investment company claims its partners have not paid it the royalties owed under an agreement.
GALVESTON - Alleging his bulldozer was wrongfully confiscated, Santa Fe resident Willis N. Young has filed a lawsuit.
Recent real estate foreclosures filed in Jefferson County courts, July 22-29, 2011.
SembCorp-Sabine Shipyard has dismissed KTM Services from a breach of contract suit filed in March.
Alleging that she should have been warned not to stand in front of a swinging door, Emma Clayton has filed suit against Wal-Mart Stores and Coca-Cola Enterprises.
Hyde What started as a petition to perpetuate testimony is now a full-blown lawsuit slated to go to trial in May 2012.
On Sept. 8, Chad Allen Uptergrove will turn 36 years old. But unlike most of us, he will not celebrate that birthday surrounded by family and friends.
Recent patent infringement/false patent marking cases filed in the Eastern District of Texas, July 26-29, 2011.
AUSTIN Ã¯Â¿Â½ As the Supreme Court of Texas struggled for a second time to draw a line between private property and public beach on Galveston Island, money from Washington relieved them of the decision.
Getz Texas justices seated on the Ninth Court of Appeals recently dismissed an appeal brought by two founding members of BEST.