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Harris Co. man sues Tomball, Centerpoint over fall in parking lot

HOUSTON – A Harris County man’s alleged slip and fall in a parking lot owned by the City of Tomball more than a year ago is the subject of a lawsuit.

Jefferson County 58th District Court Docket: March 2018


Tower technician says he was electrocuted at Port of Houston

HOUSTON – A Spring man has initiated litigation after he was allegedly electrocuted while working on a communication tower at the Port of Houston, per recent Harris County District Court records.

Owner of property under Muleshoe Lake, and under an oil pipeline, loses trespass case on appeal

HOUSTON – An appellate court has ruled that Wayne Hoang Nhut Doan, who owns submerged property under Muleshoe Lake, is not entitled to any additional compensation from TransCanada Keystone Pipeline LP, the company that built a pipeline across the lake. Doan claimed the company trespassed.

Court dismisses Metro Transit employee's whistle-blower suit

HOUSTON – A former Metro Transit employee's suit against Metro over claims he was fired in retaliation for complaints he made claiming he was subjected to a hostile work environment after he did not agree to be what he called his supervisor’s “snitch” has been dismissed with prejudice.

Appeals court ruling in Inhance Technologies LLC case a 'win,' counsel says

HOUSTON – A recent appeals court opinion in a trade secret case is being touted as a victory for the impacted company and a watershed ruling in the state of Texas.

Buzbee files lawsuit on behalf of Mexican state, court papers accuse ex-governor of stealing from treasury

HOUSTON – Houston attorney Tony Buzbee has filed a lawsuit on behalf a Mexican state that alleges an ex-governor pocketed “hundreds of millions of dollars” in taxpayer funds, recent Harris County District Court records show.

Conservative student organization raises issue with college's policies toward groups

HOUSTON – A student political organization and its president are suing their community college’s leadership over policies they believe are unconstitutional.

Bad Science at NIOSH?

The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) was established by the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 as a research agency focused on the study of worker safety and health.

Federal judge dismisses racial discrimination suit against Houston nightspot

HOUSTON – A federal lawsuit accusing an establishment in Houston’s Midtown neighborhood of racial discrimination has been disposed.

Homebuyers seek damages from seller, inspector over Houston home's alleged water damage issues

HOUSTON – The buyers of a Houston property allege the seller failed to disclose that the home had water penetration issues before the sale.

Celanese Chemicals worker alleges unsafe work environment caused burns

HOUSTON – A Harris County man alleges he was burned at a Pasadena facility when he came in contact with chemicals because of a malfunctioning mechanism.

Individuals seek more than $1 million from FedEx Ground Package System, driver after collision

HOUSTON – Two Harris County residents are seeking more than $1 million in damages after a collision in Polk allegedly caused by a FedEx Ground Package System driver.

Contractor alleges Twin Eagle Resource Management failed to replace safety rack

HOUSTON – A Florida man alleges a Harris County company failed to replace a safety rack, which caused him to fall while loading sand.

Woman seeks more than $100,000 from Galleria Place II, others after fall

HOUSTON – A woman on her way to her job at the Galleria Place II alleges an oily substance on the floor caused her to fall.

Man formerly employed by Home Depot files complaint over discrimination allegations

SHERMAN – A Richardson man alleges he faced retaliation and discrimination after he was injured while working for a home improvement store.

Consumer alleges Real Page-issued consumer report falsely listed criminal history

SHERMAN – A Nevada man alleges his application for housing in Florida was denied because of false information provided on a consumer report.

Former Hanna's Rural Sanitation worker alleges he is owed unpaid wages

MARSHALL – A former maintenance worker for a sanitation company alleges he was misclassified as exempt from overtime pay.

IME Auto & Truck Parts invitee alleges two dogs attacked him, caused injuries

HOUSTON – A Harris County man alleges he was injured by two dogs at a business.

McDonald's employee alleges container on floor caused fall

HOUSTON – A McDonald's employee alleges an unsafe work environment caused her to fall.