HOUSTON — A Harris County man is suing a construction company, alleging he broke his leg due to negligence.
HOUSTON — The owners of a Houston medical building are suing a contractor, alleging the defendants' negligence resulted in property damages.
HOUSTON — A pharmaceutical company is suing a former employee alleging she stole trade secrets.
BEAUMONT – A Fannett man is suing his neighbors, claiming he fell through their back porch deck.
Texas Supreme Court rules in favor of BoyarMiller client, overturns 80 year-old case law for probate applicants
HOUSTON – The Supreme Court of Texas delivered an opinion April 12 that changed the interpretation of a Texas law that has existed since 1879 stating that an applicant for probate is charged with the failure of any predecessor to probate a will before them.
BEAUMONT – A petition was recently filed seeking a man’s asbestos exposure while employed by Chevron/Texaco.
BEAUMONT – A mom seeking up to $1 million in damages is claiming her minor child was injured at a birthday party.
GALVESTON — A company is suing its League City landlord, alleging it was deprived access to a building and its inside property.
BEAUMONT – Coastal Field Services recently achieved a defense verdict in its favor following a week-long trial over ownership interests in Jefferson County.
HOUSTON — A Mississippi seaman alleges an energy company's negligence led to injuries aboard a vessel.
HOUSTON — A Baytown motorist is suing the driver of an oil field services tractor and truck, alleging he failed to slow down in traffic and caused a crash.
GALVESTON — A Galveston County couple is suing a real estate company, alleging they were sold a home with extreme water damage but were never told about the damages.
LOCKE LORD LLP: Texas Lawyer Features Elizabeth Lang-Miers on Her Return to Locke Lord as Partner and Director of Attorney Development
Elizabeth Lang-Miers, a Justice on the Court of Appeals for the 5th District of Texas at Dallas until December 2018, was featured in an article highlighting her decision to rejoin Locke Lord as a Partner and Director of Attorney Development based in the Dallas office.
Flanked by Texas Bar Executive Director Trey Apffel and Chief Justice Nathan L. Hecht – and, as alwwys by his side, his wife, Carla – Justice Phil Johnson said his goodbye to Texas lawyers, his former colleagues and other judges and friends Wednesday in a crowded reception at the Texas Law Center.
GALVESTON — A customer is suing Palais Royal, alleging she was injured when she tripped and fell into a clothing rack at the defendant's store in Galveston.