MARSHALL DIVISION July 10 2:18-cv-00276-JRG VISTA PEAK VENTURES, LLC V. AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION
HOUSTON – A Louisiana couple is suing National Railroad Passenger Corp., doing business as Amtrak, after the husband reportedly suffered injuries during a stopover in Houston almost two years ago.
HOUSTON – A fast food employee claims his manager physically assaulted him almost two years ago.
HECTOR BARRON ET AL vs. EXXONMOBIL OIL CORPORATION ET AL
GALVESTON – One of the defendants in a defamation lawsuit filed by a League City auto dealership employee has provided a formal response, per recent Galveston County District Court records.
GALVESTON – A 2017 lawsuit filed over a yacht sale gone wrong recently met its conclusion.
HOUSTON – A trial court’s take-nothing ruling for a man injured on the job was reversed in the 14th Court of Appeals on June 26 as the court ruled on borrowed employee status and loss of future wages reward.
Supreme Court upholds dismissal of case over dog bite on overseas military base, citing political question doctrine
AUSTIN – The Supreme Court of Texas reversed an appeals court decision Dec. 7, 2017, addressing the power of the court in the political question doctrine after a military dog bit a woman on a base in Afghanistan.
HOUSTON – Alleging the discrimination she experienced while employed as a security guard resulted in her delivering a premature baby almost two years ago, Richmond resident Filomena Garcia has filed a civil rights lawsuit.
HOUSTON – The parties in a lawsuit arising from the alleged theft of a black mink stroller coat during a New Year’s Eve party last year at a local gastropub are awaiting a take nothing judgment, according to recent Harris County District Court records.
HOUSTON – Citing its entitlement to Eleventh Amendment immunity, Texas A&M University is asking a federal judge to junk a false imprisonment lawsuit against it.
HOUSTON – A Harris County man alleges the condition of the floor in a Channelvies restaurant caused him to fall.
GALVESTON – A Pasadena company alleges that a League City man left the company to work for a direct competitor in violation of an agreement.
Total E&P USA, Technip USA alleged to have failed to provide timely medical attention before man's death
HOUSTON – A widow and her two minor children allege that her husband died while aboard a vessel after not receiving adequate medical attention.
HOUSTON – A former Sprint customer alleges he closed his account but the company keeps sending him texts messages over alleged nonpayment of the account.
GALVESTON – A Texas City couple is alleged to have allowed their dog to roam freely and failed to control it to keep it from biting a minor.
Houston law firm's suit seeks to block former attorney from collecting on recent arbitration settlement
HOUSTON – A local law firm has filed a lawsuit against one of its former attorneys to bar her from collecting on a recent settlement between an ex-client and a large national bank, recent Harris County District Court records show.
HOUSTON – Westside Surgical Hospital has brought a breach of contract lawsuit against the Embassy of the State of Kuwait, recent Houston federal court records indicate.
Suit accuses beauty supplies business of misappropriating marketing specialist's image, likeness to promote products
HOUSTON – A beauty supplies business has been sued for allegedly misappropriating a former employee’s likeness.
HOUSTON – A Harris County man alleges a home entertainment system he purchased still does not function properly.