HOUSTON – A man formerly employed as a dispatcher alleges his employer failed to compensate him for overtime work.
News from May 2018
HOUSTON – A Harris County woman alleges that she was injured at a Houston fast food restaurant because of a broken chair.
HOUSTON – A Houston man alleges his vehicle sustained more than $20,000 in damages after it was struck by a Houston police cruiser.
HOUSTON – Employees of a Coral Gables, Florida and San Antonio construction companies allege that their payroll records were manipulated and that they are owed unpaid wages.
HOUSTON – A Houston woman alleges that she fell in a restaurant because of grease on the floor.
BEAUMONT – Texaco and several other companies have been named in an asbestos lawsuit alleging wrongful death.
If a court record that doesn't exist can be kept sealed, surely it can be unsealed, too. If it doesn't exist, what's the point of keeping it sealed?
Former customer service rep hits Abercrombie & Fitch with suit alleging racial discrimination, wrongful termination
HOUSTON – A high-end clothing retailer has been sued by a former customer sales representative who alleges he was fired because he is Asian.
BEAUMONT – Although a Provost Umphrey equity partner apparently has no issue lecturing others on the “unfairness” of arbitration, he does, however, take issue with firm employees not wanting to arbitrate disputes, a recent lawsuit asserts.
HOUSTON – A widow alleges a limited liability company submitted a false and fraudulent claim to an insurer.
HOUSTON – Two Harris County individuals allege that misrepresentations were made to them regarding the purchase of a mobile home in Humble.
Physician's suit targeting Avis alleges car rental company brought false grand theft auto charges against him
HOUSTON – A Spring physician has brought a lawsuit against Avis Rent a Car System, LLC and Avis Budget Car Rental, LLC, alleging the defendants wrongfully pressed grand theft auto charges against him.
HOUSTON – A Houston event design and rental company is alleged to have stopped communicating with a customer and failed to return his deposit.
HOUSTON – A resident of Houston has filed suit against the city and its police department after he was bitten by a dog owned by the city.
HOUSTON – A Spring woman alleges she was injured because of the condition of the floor at the George Bush Intercontinental Airport.
AUSTIN – In a response written to Gov. Greg Abbott on April 23, Attorney General Ken Paxton said the governor may have authority to suspend state election laws and call an expedited special election to fill the vacancy in Congressional District 27, which occurred due to former-U.S. Rep. Blake Farenthold's resignation.
CLEVELAND (Legal Newsline) - The judge overseeing multidistrict litigation against the opioid industry ordered plaintiffs’ attorneys to keep monthly records of the time they spend on their cases down to a tenth of an hour and imposed strict rules on who can collect fees, in an effort to prevent the excesses that have drawn criticism in other class actions and mass tort cases.
BEAUMONT – Two Port Arthur residents allege a Nederland man failed to yield and caused a collision in Port Arthur.
State senator working with Watts on home turf opioid lawsuit, lawyers billing Hidalgo County $3,800 an hour
HIDALGO COUNTY – A state senator is representing a county in his district in more ways than one – a litigious venture that could prove incredibly profitable for the legislator.