Sept. 6 MARSHALL DIVISION 2:18-cv-00387-JRG CELLULAR TRANSITIONS, LLC V. HUAWEI DEVICE (HONG KONG) CO., LTD ET AL
MARGARET ANN COPELAND ET AL vs. A W CHESTERTON ET AL
MARSHALL – Two Plano-based companies were awarded more than $10 million in their suit against Chinese smartphone maker Huawei.
HOUSTON – An Arkansas consumer alleges a Houston debt collector failed to identify the nature of its call in a voicemail.
HOUSTON – A field service engineer/technician asserts that his employer terminated him for bringing up the matter of uncompensated overtime.
HOUSTON – Three employees of a Pennsylvania-based concrete flooring business have filed a lawsuit after they were allegedly robbed, beaten, and kidnapped almost six months ago at their jobsite, according to recent Harris County District Court records.
DALLAS – U.S. District Judge Ed Kinkeade awarded $245 million to six plaintiffs who successfully sued Johnson & Johnson and other companies for damages caused by defective hip implants. Individual payments range from $36 million to more than $48 million.
GALVESTON – Alleging his business partners lied to him about the purpose of their game rooms, Harris County resident Muhammad Zubair Safdar has pursued legal action.
TYLER – A Tyler restaurant is alleged to have failed to pay certain employees the federally mandated minimum wage rate.
GALVESTON – A first-grade teacher is suing a Galveston County school district over allegations she was discriminated and retaliated against after taking leave after the death of her son.
GALVESTON – A Louisiana man alleges he commonly worked 12- to 15-hour days for a project management services company and was not paid for the overtime hours he worked.
HOUSTON – A Chinese national residing in Houston alleges he was retaliated against and terminated by his former employer because of his request for medical leave and because of his national origin.
HOUSTON – A former security officer alleges he was not properly compensated for overtime work by his employers.
Cisco Systems sued for sexual harassment, male ex-employee claims he was forced to show genitals for missing golf tee
HOUSTON – A San Jose, Calif.-based technology company has been implicated in a Katy man’s sexual harassment lawsuit, recent Houston federal court records show.
HOUSTON – A Houston woman alleges she was injured while shopping at a Houston beauty supply store after slipping in water on the floor.
HOUSTON – A Spring consumer alleges a Michigan company keeps calling him by mistake.
BEAUMONT – A Dallas-based debt collector is alleged to have sent a consumer an "aggressive" collection letter.
BEAUMONT – A mother of three children who died in a Port Arthur apartment fire on Independence Day alleges the property's owner and manager did not keep it in compliance with applicable fire and other codes.
BEAUMONT – A Beaumont woman’s lawsuit against Farm Bureau asserts that “constant and unrelenting” sexual harassment prompted her to resign from the insurance company, recent Beaumont federal court records show.
HOUSTON – A Harris County man alleges his employer terminated him as its CFO for conducting an investigation into alleged sexual harassment.