For the past several weeks, the story of Ahmed Mohamed, the teen who became known as “clock boy” after being arrested for bringing a homemade timepiece to school in a pencil case, swept through the national media, provoking the passions of activists and staunch patriots alike.
A Galveston County woman whose lawsuit claims she was fired from her job at a Papa John's in Texas City for reporting sexual harassment is seeking a default judgment. Alize Shannon asserts in court documents filed July 24 in the Galveston County 56th District Court that she, as a minor, rejected her general manager's advances only for the defendant to let her go. According to the original petition, the termination was an act of retaliation. Shannon submitted a motion for default judgment on N
SACRAMENTO – California Gov. Jerry Brown says the attorneys general of West Virginia and Texas are guilty of “crass obstructionism” as they seek to gain momentum against President Obama’s environmental agenda. Last week, West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey and Texas AG Ken Paxton sent a letter to Secretary of State John Kerry in advance of the United Nations climate summit also known as Paris 2015 and COP21.
SAN ANTONIO – On Nov. 25 Attorney General Ken Paxton announced a final judgment and permanent injunction filed in a Bexar County district court ordering Lone Star Introductions (eLove Matchmaking) to cease operations at its Texas offices, pay civil penalties and consumer restitution.
The mother of a 26-year-old man who was purportedly shot and killed in early 2014 while in Houston police custody has pursued legal action against the city of Houston, RPI Management Company, LLC and patrolman Juventino Castro in the Southern District of Texas, Houston Division. In a lawsuit filed Dec. 2, plaintiff Janet Baker accuses Castro of fatally shooting Jordan Baker at the time the decadent was riding his bicycle through a strip mall located at 5700 W.
Nearly 200 patent infringement lawsuits were filed in the federal district for East Texas in a single day – increasing the odds the venue will remain a patent troll favorite for the second year in a row.