News from November 2013

Dragon Products sues, alleging business disparagement

By Whitney Brakken | Nov 11, 2013

Dragon Products is suing over claims the defendant committed business disparagement and unfair competition.

Car accident at Corley Street and Avenue F results in lawsuit

By Whitney Brakken | Nov 11, 2013

A Beaumont resident is suing after being involved in an automobile collision.

Sanitary Supply sues former employee

By Whitney Brakken | Nov 11, 2013

Sanitary Supply Co. is suing over claims the defendant breached the terms of his nondisclosure and noncompete covenants. 

National Collegiate Student Loan Trust sues to collect delinquent student loan

By Whitney Brakken | Nov 11, 2013

A student loan trust sues to collect an unpaid student loan from two Port Arthur residents.

Hardin-Jefferson Independent School District files to collect delinquent property taxes

By Whitney Brakken | Nov 11, 2013

A local school district files a lawsuit to collect delinquent property taxes.

Land buyer sues developer for fraud, breach of contract

By Thomas Kallies | Nov 11, 2013

Maria A. Rossell filed suit in the District Court of Jefferson County on Oct. 28, naming Liberty Plantation LLC, doing business as Eagle Falls, LBP Properties LLC, doing business as Aikin Land and Cattle, Thomas Aikin, Carol Aikin and Ryan Aikin as the defendants.

Our View: Abbott says no to another Obama administration overreach

By The SE Texas Record | Nov 11, 2013

You’ve got to feel compassion for an ex-con who’s struggling to find work and integrate himself back into society.

Oiltanking Beaumont Partners named in breach of contract lawsuit

By Thomas Kallies | Nov 11, 2013

TBS Factoring Service LLC filed suit in the District Court of Jefferson County on Oct. 24, naming Oiltanking Beaumont Partners LP and Oiltanking Beaumont GP LLC, as the defendants. 

Jefferson Co. resident sues to collect debt, damages after auto collision

By Joel Brakken | Nov 11, 2013

A Jefferson County man is suing after he was involved in an automobile accident.

Policy holder sues Government Employee Insurance Co.

By Thomas Kallies | Nov 11, 2013

April Roach filed suit in the Jefferson County Circuit Court on Oct. 21, naming Government Employees Insurance Co. as the sole defendant.

Philpott Motors sued for negligence following car accident

By Joel Brakken | Nov 11, 2013

A man is suing an automobile rental company after he is involved in a rear-end accident.

Swimming pool installers sued after pool allegedly begins to leak

By Joel Brakken | Nov 11, 2013

A man is suing after his pool begins leaking shortly after installation. 

Professional malpractice suit filed against Huntsville law firm

By Whitney Brakken | Nov 11, 2013

A local attorney is being sued after allegedly committing professional malpractice.

Jefferson County resident sues after automobile collision

By Whitney Brakken | Nov 11, 2013

A Jefferson County man is suing after he was involved in an automobile accident.

Newpark Resources Inc. employee sues after workplace accident

By Whitney Brakken | Nov 11, 2013

A man is suing after he was involved in an workplace accident.

Eastern District adopts new order to reduce costs in patent claims

By Marilyn Tennissen | Nov 12, 2013

The federal court in the Eastern District of Texas – known as a hub for filing patent infringement cases from across the country – has established a new model order for the streamlining the patent litigation process and reducing the costs.

Texas AG praises American Airlines merger settlement

By Bryan Cohen | Nov 12, 2013

DALLAS (Legal Newsline) – Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott praised the settlement Tuesday between American Airlines, U.S. Airways and multiple states that will merge the companies and maintain daily flight service in Texas communities.

Café Del Rio seeks slip & fall plaintiff’s deposition

By David Yates | Nov 13, 2013

Cafe Del Rio has filed a notice to take the deposition of plaintiff Shareka Broussard, who slipped and fell while in the restroom at the Mexican food restaurant.

Fireman amends petition in $1M defective boot suit

By David Yates | Nov 13, 2013

A volunteer firefighter has amended his petition against Weinbrenner Shoe Co. – a suit he brought for injuries he allegedly received because of a defective boot.

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