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News from January 2019
Multi-family property management company fired district manager for discrimination complaints, suit alleges
HOUSTON – A multi-family property management company is alleged in a Harris County man’s state district lawsuit to have terminated the plaintiff for complaining about race and age discrimination.
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Jan. 3 MARSHALL DIVISION 2:19-cv-00004-JRG HAWK TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS, LLC V. WHITESBORO INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
HOUSTON – The Houston Astros have filed a petition to confirm an arbitration award against the Nola Poboys Franchise.
Edelson wins order to dig deeper into Bandas firm, to broaden lawsuit over 'professional' class action objectors
Edelson P.C., one of Chicago’s most prominent class action law firms has won the chance to dig deeper into the practices of a group of lawyers it has accused of extorting payments from the Bandas Law Firm and other lawyers by acting as “professional” class action settlement objectors, as the firm seeks to unearth further evidence it believes will lead to an injunction to effectively shut down its rival.
HOUSTON – A Houston consumer alleges a contractor she hired to repair damages caused by Hurricane Harvey walked off of the job.
HOUSTON – An African-American teacher has filed a suit against Aldine Independent School District over allegations she was treated less favorably than employees who are not black.
HOUSTON – A Houston resident is seeking more than $1 million from his former employer over allegations of discrimination based on national origin.
HOUSTON – Customers of a Houston tire shop allege the company's failure to tighten the wheels on their vehicle caused an auto accident in San Antonio.
HOUSTON – A Harris County man alleges his former employer failed to provide advance notice of his termination as required by a contract.
North Texas Filipino cultural group claims ex-members defamed it to others, including Philippine government official
HOUSTON – A Filipino cultural organization based in North Texas and two of its leaders have filed a state district defamation lawsuit against a pair of ex-group members who reside in Richmond.
TYLER – A jury trial has been set for a basketball coach’s wrongful termination lawsuit against a historically black liberal arts college in East Texas, Tyler federal court records show.
A revised Harris County ordinance regulating Sexually Oriented Businesses (SOB’s) went into effect Jan. 1 and will apply to areas of unincorporated Harris County.
SAN ANTONIO – A settlement has purportedly been reached in a defamation lawsuit brought by a Mexican woman claiming Philip Klein, a PI and blogger out of Beaumont, harassed her for years.
HOUSTON – A Harris County resident alleges he was injured at a grocery store because of an object that was "sticking out" in an aisle.
Appellate court affirms trial court ruling in suit between property owners, State Farm Lloyds over hail damage
HOUSTON – A state appeals court has affirmed a trial court's ruling involving a breach of contract claim filed against State Farm over a claim for hail damage.
Appeals court upholds expunction request by former teacher who pleaded guilty to online solicitation of a minor
HOUSTON – A state appeals court affirmed a request by a former teacher that his arrest records be expunged after he pleaded guilty to online solicitation of a minor.