Richard Mithoff was named to Texas Lawyer magazine 2016 Professional Excellence Award, Lifetime Achievers
A Karnes County mineral owner has sued Marathon Oil Corp. to figure out whether the company is paying royalties correctly — a common lawsuit in South Texas’ 400-mile Eagle Ford Shale oil field and one that’s in the rise.
A Karnes County family has filed a lawsuit to get records from Marathon Oil Corp. to determine whether the company properly paid royalties for oil and natural gas leases on their land.
John and Kelly Foster filed their lawsuit before Judge Donna Reyes with the 81st State District Court in Karnes County on Wednesday morning, and Marathon Oil (NYSE: MRO) officials had not been served the lawsuit as of Wednesday afternoon.
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Health officials told residents near the San Jacinto waste pits to drink only bottled water for now.
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Since January, well-known Houston plaintiff Lawyer Richard Mithoff filed on behalf of clients three petitions against medical providers in state court in Houston—more than the total number of such claims he filed in the previous seven years.
In those petitions, Mithoff targeted a hospital that allegedly allowed a nurse to give a nondiabetic patient insulin causing brain damage and two other sets of providers that allegedly failed to properly diagnose patients’ conditions.
The Austin judge overseeing pretrial matters in the Texas multidistrict air pollution litigation against Volkswagen has appointed Houston plaintiff’s lawyer Richard Mithoff as lead counsel for the Texas Clean Air Act county plaintiff’s steering committee.
Twenty years ago, Texas entered into a landmark agreement with tobacco companies. Houston lawyer Richard Mithoff represented Harris County in a separate litigation, netting millions of dollars for the citizens of the county and state.