HOUSTON – An appellate court has reversed a summary judgment in favor of Acme Truck Line in a case over a settlement over an action of the theft of a shipment of cellphones.
News from January 2019
HOUSTON – A state appellate court has affirmed in part and reversed in part a company's suit against three former employees over allegations of misappropriation of trade secrets.
HOUSTON – The Court of Appeals for the 1st District of Texas agreed with an order entering a judgment in favor of Memorial Hermann Health System in a personal injury lawsuit filed against it by Cynthia Holland, according to a Dec. 18 opinion.
GALVESTON – Christmas may be in the books, but a former League City city manager received a nice present in the form of a settlement just two days after the holiday.
HOUSTON – A Harris County man claims that he sustained a head injury more than a year ago while eating at a local Vietnamese restaurant.
BEAUMONT – A Jefferson County resident alleges she was injured while working in Beaumont when she fell through rotted wood.
HOUSTON – A Houston woman alleges she was injured at a property in the city because of water that caused her to fall.
HOUSTON – A Harris County consumer alleges an auto dealership failed to transfer ownership of a vehicle he purchased to him.
HOUSTON – A Harris County woman alleges she was injured at a store in the county because of a phone cord left on the ground.
HOUSTON – Townhome owners allege the sellers of the homes never obtained insurance and are suing over property damage caused by Hurricane Harvey.
HOUSTON – A former Hooters Girl has brought a federal lawsuit against the famed chicken wing restaurant, stating the eatery allegedly maintained several illegal policies and practices that deprive her and similarly employed women of minimum and overtime wages under the Fair Labor Standards Act.
The 85-year old Ruth Bader Ginsburg, appointed to the U.S. Supreme Court by President Bill Clinton in 1993, is approaching her 25th anniversary as a justice. She is historic in many respects: the second female to serve on the high court, the first Jewish female justice, and the longest-serving Jewish justice ever. Her record as a reliable liberal vote on the court, along with her well-publicized background as a trail-blazer for women’s rights, has made her an icon on the Left—celebrated as the “Notorious RBG” and featured in the recent film “On the Basis of Sex.”
HOUSTON – A Harris County man’s state district lawsuit claims that a Mexican financial institution abused and harassed him over the past year.
HOUSTON – A local canine day care center is facing a personal injury lawsuit from one of its employees, recent Harris County District Court records show.
HOUSTON – The Court of Appeals for the 1st District of Texas overturned an order of the 151st District Court of Harris County related to whether the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center has access to information held by the MD Anderson Physicians Network, which was requested by Dr. Michael Fallon, according to a Dec. 20 opinion.
HOUSTON – The city of Tyler will not be able to provide sewer services within its own limits based on an exception to the state's water code passed by the state legislature because that exception is unconstitutional, according to a recent Texas appeals court ruling.
HOUSTON – The law firm Young & Newsom, P.C. in Amarillo has filed a federal unpaid wages lawsuit against a local adult entertainment club.
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HOUSTON – In August, a Texas appellate court found a Jefferson County judge, who retired in the mid ‘90s and died from mesothelioma nearly a decade later, was required to give six months notice after retiring before an asbestos lawsuit could be filed against the county.