A group of Planned Parenthood facilities and patients have pursued legal action against the Texas Health and Human Services Commission, its Office of Inspector General and their respective administrators, Chris Traylor and Stuart W.
Plano-based Rothschild Connected Devices Innovations, LLC asserts in a federal lawsuit that American Honda Motor Co., Inc. and Honda Of America Mfg., Inc. committed infringement on a patent pertaining to systems and components that allow a user to remotely customize the operation of various functions in a car. Court papers filed Nov. Nov. 25 in the Eastern District of Texas, Marshall Division state that RCDI owns United States Patent Number 8,788,090, which is titled “System and Method for Crea
On Dec. 8 Sick of Lawsuits announced the consumer education campaign, “Don’t Let A Lawyer Be Your Doctor.” SOL, a legal watchdog group of more than 200,000 people, says the new campaign warns consumers against believing everything they see in a lawsuit advertisement, and that they shouldn’t let a lawsuit advertisement scare or entice them into a lawsuit. According to a press release, the campaign is spreading the message through social media, media outreach and outreach to consumer groups.
A security company claiming a competitor stole multiple clients from it after a former employee defected has settled its case. Four years ago, Patriot Security filed suit against S&S Investigations and Security in Jefferson County District Court. S&S Investigations and Security allegedly lured four of Patriot Security's clients away from the company after an employee revealed confidential information, according to the original petition. The case was slated to go to trial on Dec. 7 but settled
A civil trial in Beaumont is underway in litigation brought by Wendall and Frances Hulse, who sued the makers and distributors of a motorcycle helmet, alleging the helmet was not equipped with “critical injury prevention technology.” As previously reported, the suit was originally filed June 21, 2012, in Jefferson County District Court and names Harley Davidson, Hongjin Crown Corp. and Cowboy Motorsports as defendants. Jury selection in the case began Dec. 8.
BEAUMONT - While staying at a Comfort Inn in Orange, Allen Doverspike, an Oklahoma resident, sat in a chair and began to take his boots off when the chair collapsed. Seeking less than $1 million for his injuries, Doverspike filed suit against Hospitality Operations on Aug. 5, 2013, in Jefferson County District Court.
Earlier this month, a Houston man sued Steve Mostyn, alleging the renowned insurance litigator inflated the price of his storm policy claim by millions and then bailed once the insurer called the bluff, possibly leaving him on the hook for the company’s million-dollar lawyer bill.
As terror rages worldwide, President Barack Obama concluded his tour last week with radical environmentalists from across the globe in Paris for the 21st United Nations climate change conference, while ignoring the most immediate threat to the free world: radical Islamic terrorism.
Texas A&M is seeking to dismiss a lawsuit brought by law graduates from Texas Wesleyan University School of Law, who allege they are due new diplomas after a college merger Seeking more than $5 million in damages, Kristen Brown and several other TWU grads filed their suit against A&M, Dean Andrew Morriss, TWU and President Frederick Slabach on Aug. 11 in the U.S.