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News from March 2019
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HOUSTON – Claiming that he was hit by a taxicab while walking in downtown Houston almost two years ago, local resident Brady Roberts has filed a lawsuit.
HOUSTON – A purported defect in a pistol has prompted a local man to bring a personal injury lawsuit against a shooting range, recent Harris County District Court records show.
GALVESTON — A Houston man’s federal lawsuit accuses a building product distributor of terminating the plaintiff over “a medically verifiable illness/injury to his back and hips.”
HOUSTON – Habitat for Humanity International, Inc. is facing a personal injury lawsuit from a Harris County man who claims that a door fell on him at its premises.
HOUSTON – A North Carolina-based doughnut company has been named in a state district lawsuit filed by one of its employees.
'Easy grandstanding': Congress backs trial lawyers' effort to condemn chemicals, win lawsuits while science debated
WASHINGTON (Legal Newsline) – As Congress vilifies chemicals known as PFAS, some question whether the research upon which lawmakers – and trial lawyers – are relying shows that anyone has actually been harmed by them.
DEPARTMENT OF LABOR: U.s. Department of Labor Review Results in Government Contractor Paying $250,000 in Back Pay and Interest to Settle Alleged Hiring Discrimination
The U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) and the GEO Group Inc. – a company specializing in privatized corrections, detention, and mental health treatment – have entered into a conciliation agreement to resolve allegations of hiring discrimination at the company’s Joe Corley Detention Center in Conroe, Texas.
On February 13, 2019, a Texas jury returned a $37.6 million verdict against Honda, finding that the seat belt system in a Honda minivan had a design defect that left a woman paralyzed after the vehicle was involved in a rollover crash.
Texas Super Lawyers has selected five BoyarMiller attorneys to its 2019 Rising Stars list in the Texas edition of Super Lawyers.
MCGINNIS LOCHRIDGE: Five McGinnis Lochridge Attorneys Recognized as 2019 Texas Super Lawyers Rising Stars
Five attorneys from McGinnis Lochridge have been recognized as Rising Stars in the 2019 edition of Texas Super Lawyers.
TEXAS OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL: AG Paxton Applauds President Trump’s Nomination of Texas Deputy First Assistant Attorney General Brantley Starr to a U.S. District Court in Dallas
Attorney General Ken Paxton today commended President Trump’s nomination of current Texas Deputy First Assistant Attorney General Brantley Starr to the United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas in Dallas.
HOUSTON — A Houston woman is suing her neighbor, alleging renovations on the property caused extensive damages to the plaintiff's home.
HOUSTON — A New Mexico oilfield worker is suing his employers, alleging negligence led to workplace injuries.
AUSTIN - Seeking to restructure and bring transparency to how local governments hire law firms, a sister bill to HB 2826 has followed in the Senate.
Couple asserts husband's mesothelioma diagnosis caused by more than three decades of asbestos exposure
GALVESTON – A Navy veteran and his wife are pursuing legal action after he reportedly was diagnosed with mesothelioma last year.