HOUSTON – The defendant in a state district lawsuit over a botched hair dye job has formally responded to the litigation.
News from February 2019
HOUSTON – Six Dimensions, Inc. hopes a lawsuit will prod its former legal counsel to timely transfer its file to its new counsel.
HOUSTON – Alleging that her pickup truck caught on fire following an oil change, Deer Park resident Mary Sue Buckland has pursued legal action in Harris County District Court.
HOUSTON – A Mississippi seaman is suing his employers following an apparent mishap with a piece of equipment, according to recent Harris County District Court records.
CAROLYN ANN ROOT REICH ET AL vs. BAPTIST HOSPITALS OF SOUTHEAST TEXAS
HOUSTON – A woman alleges a janitorial and maintenance services company failed to warn of a substance on a store's floor that caused her to fall.
HOUSTON – A Victoria County man alleges the negligence of his employer caused his injuries at a job site in Spring.
14th Court of Appeals rules court erred in appointing receiver in suit over failed sale of assisted living facility
HOUSTON – Ruling there is no evidence of fraudulent transfer, the 14th Court of Appeals determined a lower court erred when it appointed a receiver in a case concerning the purchase of an assisted living facility.
BEAUMONT – A discrimination lawsuit brought against Martin Transport has been dismissed with prejudice.
Jan. 31 TYLER DIVISION 6:19-cv-00033-JDK LUCIO DEVELOPMENT LLC V. CADENCE DESIGN SYSTEMS, INC.
GALVESTON – A Freeport man accuses Zachry of terminating him for addressing a heart-related condition, recent Galveston federal court records show.
HOUSTON – A Harris County man is suing an Asian restaurant after he allegedly slipped and fell at the eatery more than a year ago.
HOUSTON – A Cypress man’s first day on the job at a north Houston office building almost two years ago was marred by a slip and fall incident, according to a state district lawsuit.
HOUSTON – Alleging that she was injured almost two years ago while climbing on the stage of a karaoke bar, Montgomery County resident Georgia Stanley has pursued legal action.
TEXAS OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL: AG Paxton Seeks Court Enforcement of Settlement Agreement Against Tobacco Companies to Obtain Over $125 Million for Texas
Attorney General Ken Paxton asked a U.S. District Court to enforce terms of the Texas tobacco settlement agreement requiring major cigarette companies to pay more than $125 million to the state of Texas.
BoyarMiller represented Houston-based Welcome Group, a single-tenant industrial owner and development firm, in a highly complex capital transaction that secured financing for the company’s expansion and future growth.
National law firm Wilson Elser has promoted 10 attorneys, seven of whom are women, to equity partner, effective January 1, 2019.
FISH & RICHARDSON: Fish & Richardson Named #1 Patent Litigation Firm for Defendants in the U.S. for 2018 by Managing Intellectual Property
Fish & Richardson was named the #1 law firm representing defendants in patent litigation in U.S. district courts for 2018 by Managing Intellectual Property (MIP).
BUTLER SNOW: Butler Snow Ranked a Top 10 Underwriter’s Counsel Firm Nationally by Thomson Reuters Top Legal Counsel Review
Butler Snow is pleased to announce that the firm has been ranked as a top 10 underwriter’s counsel firm nationally by the Thomson Reuters U.S. Municipals Review for 2018.
SHERMAN – A Coppell resident alleges she was terminated from her job as a nurse because she reported an allegedly improper denial of protected leave.