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Home design business accuses contractors of copyright violations

HOUSTON — A Harris County home design business is suing contractors, alleging breach of contract and copyright infringement.

Fatal 2015 club shooting results in lawsuit

A fatal shooting at a Houston bar last year has resulted in a wrongful death lawsuit, according to recent Harris County court records.

Jefferson County 58th Court District : September 2016


New business licenses issued in Jefferson County

July 23 to 28 License #:22966 Assumed Name:LIEDYS LIL ONES DAYCARE #3 Address:2625 S 4TH ST, BEAUMONT, TX, 77701 Owner Name:ROACH CHIONITA License #:22974 Assumed Name:BLACC DIAMOND TRANSPORTATION Address:2588 1/2 LIBERTY AVE, BEAUMONT, TX, 77702 Owner Name:MARTINDALE DARYL LYNN License #:23025 Assumed Name:J & J WINGS & SEAFOOD Address:5220 EASTEX FWY, BEAUMONT, TX, 77706 Owner Name:ABUSALEH FARID License #:23141 Assumed Name:M L PENEGAR TRUCK COMPANY Address:2048 DELAWARE ST, BEAUMONT, TX,

Recent patent infringement cases filed in the Eastern District of Texas

TYLER DIVISION July 25 Vari-Volt Technologies, LLC v. Perfection Pen LLC 6:16-cv-01042-RWS-KNM

Richmond resident alleges appliance store guilty of phone harassment

HOUSTON — A Richmond man is suing a Woodlands appliance store, alleging telephone harassment.  

Burleson couple says Houston cemetery mishandled infant daughter's burial

A Burleson couple has sued a Houston cemetery for allegedly mishandling the interment of their infant daughter.

Dynamo Soccer claims written agreement violated, sues to recover $100K

Claiming it is owed $100,000 for securing advertising and sponsorship rights, Dynamo Soccer, LLC has filed a lawsuit.

Worker alleges employer failed to pay proper overtime

HOUSTON — A Harris County man is suing a siding business, alleging failure to pay overtime wages.

Construction worker alleges ex-employer failed to pay proper wages

HOUSTON — A Houston man is suing a Texas business, alleging failure to pay correct wages.

NY AG announces 50-count indictment over allegedly forged Sandy damage reports, Mostyn Law partner takes credit on Twitter

NEW YORK – On Aug. 1 Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman announced the unsealing of a 50-count indictment charging Matthew Pappalardo and HiRise Engineering with allegedly altering engineering reports of structural damage caused to homes after Superstorm Sandy made landfall in October 2012.

A dream worth having

Maybe you've had this dream. You've spent your whole life watching the bad guys win too often and the good guys lose too often, and you just hope that you'll live long enough to see the tables turned and the creeps get what's deserved. You dream about that day and how satisfying it will be to see justice done.

Creditors allege food service company failed to follow loan agreement

GALVESTON — A Texas couple is suing a food service company, alleging tortious interference with an existing contract.

Equipment provider alleges ex-employee, competitor violated contract

HOUSTON — A Houston company is suing a former employee and a Singapore business, alleging loss of trade secrets through breach of of contract.

Denton man accuses consumer reporting agency of false reporting

TYLER — A Denton County man is suing a consumer reporting agency and supplier of information, alleging false reporting.

Bowie County woman alleges ex-employer failed to pay overtime

TEXARKANA — A Bowie County woman is suing her former employer, alleging failure to pay proper overtime. 

Two oilfied workers allege former employers failed to pay overtime

TYLER — Two Texas men are suing an oilfield services company, alleging failure to pay overtime. 

Civil trial of $1M suit brought over death of Baby Olivia underway

BEAUMONT – A Jefferson County jury will decide whether a physician and medical center were negligent in the delivery of Baby Olivia Coats, whose skull was allegedly crushed by forceps.

Federal judge tosses 17 Mostyn hail claims in one day, State Farm granted summary judgment in every case

McALLEN – A federal judge in McAllen recently closed more than a dozen hails claims, all of which were handled by the Mostyn Law Firm, in a single day.

Houston retail store operator alleges violation of due process

HOUSTON — A Houston retail store operator is suing the United States, alleging improper disqualification of benefits.