HOUSTON – A state appeals court has reversed part of a trial court's decision that dismissed a former law student's claims against Texas Southern University over his dismissal from law school.
HOUSTON – An appeals court has reversed in part a lower court's ruling in a suit involving The Methodist Hospital and a physician over allegations a patient was administered the wrong anesthesia.
HOUSTON – A Texas woman has won an appeal against the city of Houston in her case over a traffic collision with a police officer.
HOUSTON – A Texas attorney has lost a bid to have his suspended license restored by the Commission for Lawyer Discipline.
Appeals court revives, remands former Spring ISD teacher's lawsuit over drug dealing on campus allegations
AUSTIN – The dismissed case of a former Spring Independent School District teacher who claims he was suspended after he reported alleged drug dealing on campus is revived and headed back to a Harris County court.
Appeals court upholds expunction request by former teacher who pleaded guilty to online solicitation of a minor
HOUSTON – A state appeals court affirmed a request by a former teacher that his arrest records be expunged after he pleaded guilty to online solicitation of a minor.
Appellate court affirms trial court ruling in suit between property owners, State Farm Lloyds over hail damage
HOUSTON – A state appeals court has affirmed a trial court's ruling involving a breach of contract claim filed against State Farm over a claim for hail damage.
HOUSTON – The city of Tyler will not be able to provide sewer services within its own limits based on an exception to the state's water code passed by the state legislature because that exception is unconstitutional, according to a recent Texas appeals court ruling.
HOUSTON – The Court of Appeals for the 1st District of Texas overturned an order of the 151st District Court of Harris County related to whether the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center has access to information held by the MD Anderson Physicians Network, which was requested by Dr. Michael Fallon, according to a Dec. 20 opinion.
HOUSTON – The Court of Appeals for the 1st District of Texas agreed with an order entering a judgment in favor of Memorial Hermann Health System in a personal injury lawsuit filed against it by Cynthia Holland, according to a Dec. 18 opinion.
HOUSTON – A state appellate court has affirmed in part and reversed in part a company's suit against three former employees over allegations of misappropriation of trade secrets.
HOUSTON – An appellate court has reversed a summary judgment in favor of Acme Truck Line in a case over a settlement over an action of the theft of a shipment of cellphones.
HOUSTON – A Harris County man who worked for a manufacturer of equipment used in oil and gas production and was terminated from his employment after 23 years has suffered a loss in court.
BEAUMONT – The Court of Appeals for the 9th District of Texas at Beaumont upheld an 88th District Court of Tyler County order dismissing a woman’s lawsuit against the Texas Department of Transportation (TXDOT), her former employer, and her supervisor Henry Sawyer, according to a Dec. 20 Appeals Court opinion.
HOUSTON – A new trial has been granted by an appellate court in the case of a ranch owner who was struck by a tractor-trailer on his property on the issue of medical expenses.
BEAUMONT – An appellate court has reversed two decisions made by a lower court in a case between two companies over an energy agreement.
9th District reverses order denying U.S. Money Reserve's motion to compel arbitration in employment agreement case
BEAUMONT – An appellate court has ruled that a lower court wrongfully denied a precious metal buying company's motion to compel arbitration in a case against two former employees.
HOUSTON – A lower court did not err in denying a plea to the jurisdiction filed by Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County in a case over the shooting injury of a Houston police officer.
HOUSTON – The Court of Appeals for the 1st District of Texas has affirmed a Harris County Civil Court ruling that dismissed an appeal over the towing of a car.
Appeals court says 'no demonstration that ROC Funding used reasonable diligence' in serving parties in suit
HOUSTON – The Court of Appeals for the 1st District of Texas has reversed a trial court’s ruling against Greg Blosser and The Surrogacy Group LLC, citing that there were "defects in the service effected" by ROC Funding Group.