HOUSTON – Mega attorney Steve Mostyn now says he wasn’t racing another vehicle in his Ferrari when he caused a wreck, but was actually attempting to avoid a collision with an unknown driver in a Camaro who allegedly tried to “provoke” him into racing.
HOUSTON – While the No. 13 my be unlucky for some, State Farm Lloyds, a primary target for storm litigation the past several years, recently secured its 13th consecutive win, with a Harris County jury finding the insurer honored its policy.
RIO HONDO – Believing Rio Hondo ISD suffered the same inadequate insurance adjustment as a neighboring district following Hurricane Dolly, Gilberto Hinojosa, on behalf of Mostyn Law, “approached” school officials and “brought” to their attention the notion of filing a lawsuit, according to an audio recording.
GALVESTON – Three local attorneys have filed a lawsuit against the Board of Pilot Commissioners for Galveston County Ports on behalf of the Florida-Caribbean Cruise Association, Carnival Corporation, Royal Caribbean Cruises, Ltd., the Board of Trustees of the Galveston Wharves, and the Galveston Port Facilities Corporation in an effort to have the Pilots’ order of pilotage rate change overturned, according to recent Galveston County District Court records.
When thinking about the National Labor Relations Board under President Obama, most observers recall the 2014 decision in NLRB v. Noel Canning, in which the U.S. Supreme Court unanimously ruled that Obama’s kangaroo-court “recess appointments”—made when the Senate was not actually in recess—were invalid.