A stockholder lawsuit against the directors of Blue Bell Creameries – filed in the wake of a 2015 outbreak of listeria in the company’s ice cream products – was revived this week by the Delaware Supreme Court. The case, filed in 2017 and dismissed in 2018, was remanded back to a Delaware Chancery Court for trial.
The former Dallas Cowboys quarterback is asking the Dallas Court of Appeals to revisit his case against the NFL, which surfaced after a failed 2016 fantasy football event in California.
Stanford Financial receiver Ralph Janvey is considering whether to appeal a Fifth Circuit opinion issued Monday that invalidated a $65 million settlement agreement in 2016 between the court-appointed receiver in the Allen Stanford Ponzi scheme case and the insurance providers for Stanford directors, officers and employees.
A former Fort Bend County worker who claimed that she had been sexually harassed and faced religious discrimination will now be allowed to pursue her claims in federal court, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday. Natalie Posgate has details about the decision.
In a case closely-watched by Texas media groups, the Supreme Court of Texas has refused for the second time to dismiss a libel action against the Corpus Christi Caller-Times. The case is notable, not only for its 11-year history, but also for the failure of the defendants to secure traditional libel defenses.
The Lemmon Avenue Terminal at Dallas Love Field Airport was demolished in 2009. Ten years later, two sides embroiled in a lawsuit are still debating whether or not the terminal had any value. The two sides — Love Terminal Partners and Virginia Aerospace, and the U.S. government — are gearing up for a potential showdown in the U.S. Supreme Court.
Dallas’ Fifth Court of Appeals has affirmed a summary judgment for the National Football League that dismissed a lawsuit Tony Romo and his company, The Fan Expo LLC, brought against the league related to a failed fantasy sports event. It’s the second time for the NFL to prevail against the famed Dallas Cowboys quarterback-turned-sports announcer-turned-amateur golfer.
A three-judge panel heard oral arguments Tuesday in a contentious noncompete dispute that is currently deadlocked in an interlocutory Texas Citizens Participation Act battle. Although, a new bill passed by the Texas House might make the debate irrelevant soon. Natalie Posgate has the details.
The Supreme Court of Texas has tossed out a defamation lawsuit against the Dallas Morning News, reversing two lower courts that declined to do so despite it involving a situation that the Texas Citizens Participation Act was actually designed to protect a media outlet in.
The Texas Supreme Court has ended part of a long-running inter-governmental battle over a coastal navigation district’s exclusive lease with an oyster-farming business; the rest, not so much. The case, which began in 2014, will continue, but with one less party. The Texas Lawbook has the story.