News from June 2014
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A Jefferson County woman is suing after tripping and falling outside of her apartment complex.
Two San Antonio women are suing after the vehicle they were in was struck by a truck driver.
The mother of two children is suing after the minors were injured in a vehicle collision.
A construction company is suing to receive payment after completing work at a Beaumont medical facility.
A lawsuit has been filed following a two-car collision in Port Arthur.
A store manager is suing his employer alleging he was fired because of his age.
An electrical system supplier is suing a client on claims they haven’t paid their bill.
A man set to purchase property is suing a couple, alleging fraud regarding the purchase.
A magazine publisher is suing a subscriber on copyright infringement after the subscriber allegedly sent electronic copies of the magazine to others in the company.
A foreign software developer is suing a Texas law firm and several attorneys on claims of copyright infringement and illegal distribution of its program.
The owners of an apartment complex are being sued after a man received an electric shock.
A Houston man is suing his former employer for terminating him under false accusations.
A woman is suing her former employer claiming she was fired for taking time off to attend to a sick relative.
WASHINGTON (Legal Newsline) – Despite strong opposition, supporters of the Furthering Asbestos Transparency Act believe that U.S. Senator Jeff Flake’s introduction of the bill in the Senate could reignite interest in the FACT Act.
The latest proposal by the Environmental Protection Agency that would require power facilities to dramatically reduce carbon dioxide emissions is being met with opposition from Texas lawmakers.
Attorney Kelly Gordon Rogers of Frisco has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for stealing more than $1 million from investors in fraudulent oil and gas ventures.
EL PASO (Legal Newsline) – Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott announced lawsuits on Friday against the owners of four El Paso firms that allegedly provided legal services to their clients despite not being licensed as attorneys.