Oh, baby come on, let me take you where the action is. Oh, baby come on, let me take you where the action is. Oh, baby come on, let me take you where the action is.It's so neat to meet ya baby where the action is. In the mid-1960s, East Texas teens – like teens all across the country – would rush home after school every day to watch a spin-off of Dick Clark's long-running “American Bandstand,” a weekday afternoon music program called “Where the Action Is.”
News from June 2016
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WASHINGTON – In their term that begins in October, U.S. Supreme Court justices will consider a case involving alleged fraud against the federal government in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.
A Rhode Island-based photographer has pursued legal action on claims a group of barbershops used her photographs without permission, recent Houston federal court records show.
Van Zandt County recently brought a deceptive practices lawsuit against a Minooka, Ill.-based business specializing in high security detention equipment, hardware and controls after discovering flaws in its jail locks.
HOUSTON—It’s a lesson that many drivers in Houston have learned the hard way—some tow truck drivers will tow a car and then charge owners thousands of dollars to get it back, essentially holding the vehicle for ransom.
AUSTIN – The Texas Supreme Court recently ruled that a group of optometrists suing Wal-Mart over workday requirements were not entitled to civil penalties.
HOUSTON – That so many fraudulent claims were identified in a Texas lawsuit stemming from the 2010 BP Deep Horizon oil spill is an indicator the mass torts system is working as intended, Richard Alderman, director of the University of Houston Consumer Law Center, recently told the SE Texas Record.
NEW ORLEANS – ExxonMobil Corp. recently asked the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit to uphold a district court order that awarded $3.67 million to the company in an injury claim insurance coverage lawsuit filed against Electrical Reliability Services Inc. (ERS) and Old Republic Insurance Co.
Asbestos litigation attracting attorneys more interested in maximizing profits, tort reform advocate says
WASHINGTON – The money that can be made in representing asbestos-related and Mesothelioma cases is attracting less-than-ethical attorneys out to ensnare less-than-wary-litigants, a spokesman for a tort reform advocacy group said in a recent interview.
HOUSTON — An employee is suing a security systems business, alleging failure to pay overtime.
HOUSTON — A Harris County woman is suing Wal-Mart, alleging she was fired due to her disability and gender.
GALVESTON — An employee is suing a Pearland heat and air conditioning business, alleging refusal to pay overtime wages.
GALVESTON — A League City woman is suing her a son, alleging he owes her more than $78,000.
HOUSTON — A dump truck operator is suing a Houston demolition business, alleging failure to pay overtime.
A Jefferson County jury has cleared the Medical Center of Southeast Texas of any negligence following a medical malpractice trial.
Harbor Hospice of Beaumont was granted summary judgment in a suit brought by a former partner, who claimed he wrongly lost his interest in the company.
A Jefferson County investor recently filed a motion for summary judgment in a piece of complex litigation that originally alleged his financial interest in dozens of companies had been fraudulently managed.