BEAUMONT – The 9th District of Texas Court of Appeals recently reversed and remanded a trial court’s ruling in a lawsuit that alleged properties in Montgomery County were appraised unequally.
HOUSTON (SE Texas Record) — A Texas appeals court has affirmed a lower court's judgment in favor of a Houston criminal attorney in a Super Bowl ticket dispute, saying the appellants failed to prove "no-evidence ground" in the case.
HOUSTON – A state appeals court has granted a writ of mandamus to a hotel owner implicated in a sexual assault lawsuit.
HOUSTON – An appeals court has denied a petition to move a lawsuit to Mexico that was brought against an oil rig manufacturer involved in a fatal accident it is accused of causing.
HOUSTON – The Texas 14th Court of Appeals has overturned a Houston lower court’s dismissal of malpractice claims against a local hospital.
HOUSTON – An appeals court has reversed a trial court’s ruling and dismissed a lawsuit filed by a patient against a hospital.
HOUSTON -- The 14th Court of Appeals on May 2 sided with a lender’s counterclaims and against a borrower’s initial allegations in an ongoing dispute regarding an ice machine.
HOUSTON -- The 14th Court of Appeals confirmed April 30 a $3 million judgment in favor of a bank in a guarantor tort claim concerning a promissory note.
HOUSTON -- A church accused of defaming one of its former pastors was conditionally granted mandamus relief April 30 in the First District Court of Appeals of Texas.
BEAUMONT – A state appeals court recently affirmed the Montgomery County 284th District Court’s decision to award damages to a subcontractor in a breach of contract lawsuit.
HOUSTON – The Texas Fourteenth District Court of Appeals determined April 23 that a lower court has partial jurisdiction over litigation regarding the cost of electricity.
HOUSTON -- The Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County filed a complaint April 9 in the First District Court of Appeals against Adan Garza, alleging error by the trial court.
U.S. District Court judge John McBryde dismissed a Coppola, Texas woman’s complaint against the Security and Exchange Commission but one of her attorneys said there is some light at the end of the tunnel.
HOUSTON – A state appeals court supported a Houston lower court’s decision to toss a lawsuit accusing a loan servicer of deceptive trade practices, fraud and negligent misrepresentation.
HOUSTON (SE Texas Record) — Discrimination allegations filed before a longtime Harris County probation officer was denied a promotion does not, on its own, prove the promotion denial was linked to the claims, a state appeals court said in a ruling issued April 18.
HOUSTON (SE Texas Record) — A Texas company that ended its agreement to use another company's software "in perpetuity" had every right to do so, a state appeals court said in a recent ruling.
HOUSTON – A jury for Texas' 14th Court of Appeals has upheld a ruling that a former employee of a local oil and gas company was fired in retaliation for filing a discrimination suit, and allowed her to keep an award for emotional pain and suffering and compensation for attorney fees.
HOUSTON – An appeals court will allow a liability lawsuit to move forward against a dentist who is accused of failing to properly diagnose and treat a patient.
HOUSTON – The Texas Court of Appeals for the First District recently upheld a summary judgment in favor of Doubletree Hotel in a retaliation lawsuit filed by a former maintenance technician.
HOUSTON -- The city of Houston isn’t entitled to summary judgment in a negligence case, the First Court of Appeals Texas determined March 19.