A Delaware Chancery court on Friday ordered to dissolve a pharmaceutical company, Inspirion Delivery Sciences, which developed promising technology to make opioid painkillers more difficult to abuse. Natalie Posgate has details on the ruling and which Texas firm it’s a win for.
A Dallas-area digital marketing specialist has denied in federal court allegations that he created a “back door” to a law firm’s website that allowed him to divert information about potential clients to other firms he represented. Natalie Posgate has details about the litigation behind the controversy.
Tony Buzbee, managing attorney at The Buzbee Law Firm in Houston, sat down with the Houston Chronicle recently to discuss his life and practicing law.
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.
Houston mayoral candidate and attorney Tony Buzbee has filed a lawsuit on behalf of two companies that allege they were fraudulently listed as subcontractors by two companies that later secured millions of dollars for Hurricane Harvey relief work from the city of Houston.
The federal judge handling lawsuits from victims of Hurricane Harvey flooding took the trial on a road trip Wednesday that began with an off-road trek along the narrow earthen crest of the Barker dam, 30 feet above the reservoir. Trial participants tramped through sticky, squishy mud to look down at the floodgates. An egret waded in the pooled up brown water. A warm wind ruffled the judge’s hair as he swore in Capt. Charles Ciliske, the Houston project manager with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
A Tarrant County jury determined Monday that Plano-based CommTech Sales unlawfully used Fort Worth telecom company XIP LLC’s trademarks and trade secrets and awarded damages that could total $31 million.
Exxon Mobil, Standard’s successor, filed a federal lawsuit last Thursday against Cuba’s national oil company and a state-owned industrial conglomerate for approximately $280 million, seeking compensation for the value of the assets plus almost six decades of interest. James Osborne of the Houston Chronicle reports.
The Dallas developer of an upscale golfing community on the shores of Possum Kingdom Lake was cleared Friday of wrongdoing and won’t have to pay millions of dollars in damages to resort property owners who claimed they were harmed by a slew of alleged misdeeds spread over 20-plus years. Bill Hethcock of the DBJ has been following the saga.