HOUSTON – Contractors allege a Humble business failed to pay them for their services.
AUSTIN – An agreement between an RV park and a guest staying at the park's premises may establish a landlord-tenant relationship, Attorney General Ken Paxton says.
HOUSTON – A local woman has filed a state district lawsuit against an Austin television station, claiming it “published ill-gotten and illegally obtained information” about her in a news article on its Web site.
California reclaims top spot on 'Judicial Hellhole' list; ATRA bemoans state's adoption of 'innovator liability'
WASHINGTON (Legal Newsline) - California tops the list of jurisdictions regarded as "Judicial Hellholes" by a national civil justice reform group.
HOUSTON – A Humble consumer alleges a debt collector called her place of employment and pretended to be a family member with an emergency.
HOUSTON – A consumer alleges a debt collector failed to mark an alleged debt as disputed on her credit report.
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HOUSTON – A Mississippi man has filed a lawsuit against ENSCO International, Inc., accusing the offshore drilling company of firing him because of his age.
HOUSTON – A local woman claims in a federal lawsuit that a nonprofit cancer organization terminated her for complaining about racial discrimination.
TEXARKANA – The Coles Firm, PC in Dallas has filed a lawsuit on behalf of a woman who alleges that she was terminated from her housekeeping job because of her physical and mental disabilities, Texarkana federal court records show.
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GALVESTON – An original answer was entered into a federal lawsuit filed last month over an allegedly defective fire extinguisher.
Paxton: Legislature, preservation board, historical commission have authority to remove plaque from Capitol
AUSTIN – Only the state legislature, the State Preservation Board and the Texas Historical Commission have the authority to remove a historical plaque from the State Capitol complex, Attorney General Ken Paxton says.
Education Code prohibits schools from considering a vendor’s relationship with a charter school, Paxton says
AUSTIN – A court of law would conclude that the section 44.043 of the Education Code prohibits schools from taking into account a vendor's relationship with an organization, Attorney General Ken Paxton said.
HOUSTON – A Harris County man accused in a late August state district lawsuit of sexually assaulting a female acquaintance in a Kemah hotel room denies the allegations against him.
HOUSTON – Texas Children’s Hospital formally responded to a local woman’s defamation lawsuit.
Suit says Pasadena demoted female assistant police chief in retaliation for investigating chief's son
HOUSTON – A state district lawsuit accuses the City of Pasadena and its police department of demoting an assistant chief for complaining about another employee’s sexually inappropriate behaviors and comments.
HOUSTON – An auto repair business has filed a lawsuit in response to an incident in which a tow truck driver allegedly assaulted one of its employees, recent Harris County District Court records show.
SHERMAN – A Minnesota resident alleges a Carrollton collection agency did not mark an alleged debt as disputed.
HOUSTON – A former safety consultant alleges she was not paid the correct rate for overtime work during her employment.