Redistricting Battle in Texas Courts Has Only Just Begun
The legal maneuvering has begun as Democrats and Republicans vie for the advantage in congressional redistricting battles being waged in Texas courts.
Lawsuit features all-star cast
Failed entertainment venture pits New York financial firm against Houston power players
A group of high-profile Houston business leaders are locked in a legal dispute with a major New York-based investment firm over a failed venture to develop entertainment venues.
Lawsuit is settled in sugar mill blast
A worker who was seriously burned in a sugar plant explosion five years ago and the company responsible for installing an anti-explosion system at the facility have reached a settlement.
State safety mandate little-known and less enforced
Texas has had a law on the books since 1989 requiring cranes to have insulators that prevent deaths from contact with power lines.
Bus Company Settles Over Tragic Wreck
The company that operated a Metropolitan Transit Authority bus involved in a 2001 wreck that caused a 9-year-old girl to burn to death in front of her family has agreed to a settlement, the parents’ attorney said.
NLJ Verdicts 100
Largest Verdicts of the Year
A Texas jury awarded damages to the family of a man who died in a rollover accident when his Chevrolet Blazer went out of control after the tread separated on a Bridgestone/Firestone tire.