DALLAS – Texas-based Speights & Worrich law firm was recently non-suited from barratry litigation alleging, hail lawyers, public adjusters and roofers were involved in an “elaborate web of fraud” to “line their pockets” by taking advantage of storm victims. In March 2015, Ambrocia Ortega filed a RICO suit against several business and individuals, alleging an “Insurance Claim Contract” had been executed with defendant Lambcorp in 2013 to repair the plaintiff’s roof.
A U.S. Circuit Court judge in San Francisco canceled a scheduled Aug. 19 hearing regarding a motion to intervene and review a Ninth Circuit judge's 2013 decision to deny class action status to a sex discrimination lawsuit involving current and former Wal-Mart employees.
The Texas Attorney General's recently released opinion that a two-decade-old statute can't be enforced is causing problems for more than just patients who can't use the pharmacy of their choice, a spokesman for an industry trade group said in a recent interview.
BEAUMONT - On July 29 the Ninth Court of Appeals reversed a trial court order declaring the statute mandating civil commitment of sexually violent predators unconstitutional, which released sexually violent predator Alonzo May from commitment.