HOUSTON – A railroad employee alleges that his employer took adverse actions against him after he was injured in an on-the-job accident.
HOUSTON – A Katy law firm is alleged to have mailed a debt collection letter without the proper disclosures.
HOUSTON – Dallas law firm Carrington Coleman has filed a lawsuit on behalf of a woman who claims she was sexually assaulted in her Kemah hotel room, according to recent Harris County District Court records.
HOUSTON – A local woman’s lawsuit accuses a car dealership of accessing her credit report without her permission, recent Houston federal court records show.
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HOUSTON – A Harris County entrepreneur has pursued legal action over a huge batch of clothing he ordered that purportedly turned out defective.
MARSHALL – A former sand coordinator for a trucking company alleges he was misclassified as an independent contractor and is owed unpaid overtime wages.
HOUSTON – A consumer alleges that a debt collector is reporting an alleged debt on his credit report that belongs to a different individual with the same name.
HOUSTON – A Huffman woman alleges she was not paid for all overtime hours worked by her former school district employer.
HOUSTON – A pathologist has brought a wrongful termination lawsuit against Regional Pathology Associates and Community Medical Center Foundation.
HOUSTON – A lawsuit has been filed in response to a 2016 plane crash near New Orleans, according to recent Harris County District Court records.
HOUSTON – Two of the defendants in a state district lawsuit filed after a female diner’s alleged fall from a seat at a German restaurant have provided original answers, per recent Harris County District Court records.
MARSHALL – A smartphone patent lawsuit has been dismissed in the Tyler Division of the Eastern District of Texas.
AUSTIN -- Texas Gov. Greg Abbott has appointed two women to the State Commission on Judicial Conduct.
SAN ANTONIO – Texas attorney Mikal C. Watts said his attempt to garner at least $150 million in attorney fees from a $1.5 billion court settlement against Switzerland-based Syngenta AG, a global agribusiness chemical company accused of damaging U.S. farmers with genetically altered corn, is justified.
HOUSTON – An African-American man alleges he was wrongfully terminated from his position at a technical school.
HOUSTON – A Harris County man alleges Home Depot U.S.A., Inc. terminated him because of his age and race.
AUSTIN – Attorney General Ken Paxton has stated that contractual assessments related to an act regarding property improvements to decrease water demand and consumption are treated similar to real estate taxes.
HOUSTON – An oilfield service company headquartered in Conroe is alleged to have misclassified a former worker as an independent contractor.
HOUSTON – A registered nurse alleges she was terminated by a Harris County hospital for illegal reasons.