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Nurse says she was victim of age discrimination

A Texas nurse is suing over claims she was fired five months before her retirement due to her age.

Woman claims unlawful termination

A Harris County woman is suing over claims she was fired for taking time off work for medical treatment that included a finger amputation.

Two men claim injury from boating accident

A Jefferson County and a Harris County man are suing over claims they were injured in a boating accident due to faulty steering.

Trucker says he was injured while cleaning windshield

A Florida man is suing over claims he was injured while cleaning the windshield of his tractor-trailer when another driver allegedly backed into his vehicle.

Woman says employer ignored sexual harassment claims

A Morris County woman is suing over claims her employer ignored her claims of sexual harassment in the workplace.

Parents file suit after daughter drowns at party

Two Harris County parents are suing over claims their 4-year-old daughter drowned in a backyard pool at a birthday party.

Ala. man says he was injured on vessel

An Alabama man is suing over claims he was injured while working on a vessel due to the alleged negligence of his employer.

Woman says housing conditions were awful

A Harris County woman is suing over claims she was the victim of common law fraud and exposed to deplorable conditions in a Galveston transitional housing program.

Jefferson County 58th District Court: Docket for February 2015

ALBERT ARMSTRONG V. QUY PHY BIEN

Chevron, Texaco settle benzene suit seeking punitive damages

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Recent patent infringement cases filed in the Eastern District of Texas

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A look back at Wendy Davis and the Texas governor’s race

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New business licenses/assumed names issued in Jefferson County

Dec. 15 - 24, 2014

Abbott leaves legacy of suits against federal government

As Greg Abbott prepares to be sworn in as the governor of Texas, the attorney general leaves behind a legacy of lawsuits against the federal government. Since the inauguration of President Barack Obama in January 2009, Abbott has sued his administration almost 30 times.

Public schools’ usage of ‘Merry Christmas’ still ultimately a matter for the courts

In 2013, Texas legislatures passed a bill making the iconic greeting “merry Christmas” on school grounds lawful, giving districts the green light to throw caution to political correctness this past Christmas.

I-10 accident results in lawsuit

A Jefferson County woman is suing over claims she was injured in a collision in Beaumont.

Two riggers say they were injured in collision

Two Louisiana men are suing over claims they were injured while working as riggers when their vessel collided with another.

Owner of 3-wheel cycle seeks damages after wheel locks

A Mississippi man is suing over claims he was injured when he lost control of his three-wheel motorcycle after one of its back wheels allegedly locked.

Woman says M&Ms contained metal object

A Panola County woman is suing over claims her mouth was injured when she bit into an M&M candy that contained a hard metal object.