AUSTIN – Scammers take a ghoulish interested in tragedies, which has prompted Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton to warn state consumers to be cautious about charitable appeals in the wake of the police shootings in Dallas.
HOUSTON – Akerman LLP, a top 100 U.S. law firm with offices across the United States, recently added 30 lawyers from the major international firm Beirne Maynard and Parsons. Akerman LLP is well known for work in the financial services sector.
AUSTIN – Two tech companies who allegedly violated the Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act with deceptive consumer practices and purportedly took millions from consumers across the nation have agreed to a settlement, according to a judgment handed down earlier this month.
HOUSTON–The University of Houston has requested an interim injunction in the latest step of its legal battle to keep the former South Texas College of Law from changing its name to the Houston College of Law.
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Societal attitudes and mores can and do change dramatically over time, but (aside from Humpty Dumpty) the meaning of commonly understood words does not. Slavery, existing at the Founding, was abolished following the Civil War through the 13th and 14th amendments to the Constitution. Suffrage, which many states could and did restrict to white men (and literate property owners at that), was eventually extended to blacks and women through the 15th and 19th amendments.
A Gregg County woman has sued Harris County, Harris County Sheriff Ron Hickman, Harris County Assistant District Attorney Nicholas Socias, jailer Taylor Adams, and several unidentified individuals over what she asserts was illegal imprisonment, recent Houston federal court records show.
The owner of a Texas hospital has accused the Kickapoo Traditional Tribe of Texas of fraud and violating a federal labor law when its health plan and plan administrators refused to pay more than $2 million in medical benefits for services provided to an employee covered in the health plan.