Via The Hill. The White House on Thursday is expected to push companies to pitch in on patent reform. The administration wants companies to create databases of their “prior art” — or the technologies that they already use — to give patent examiners a resource they could turn to when reviewing new applications, according to […]
Judge George Hodges of the U.S Bankruptcy Court Western District of North Carolina exposed corruption in asbestos litigation. Research discovered that plaintiffs’ lawyers did not disclose evidence of asbestos exposure to specific products until after obtaining settlements. Due to this “lost” evidence the asbestos liability was $125 million, almost $1 billion less than what plaintiffs’ representatives estimated. To […]
Via The Southeast Texas Record By Scott Joslove Our legal system is increasingly being manipulated to allow entities to threaten and bring frivolous lawsuits against legitimate businesses throughout Texas and the United States. We are seeing a huge increase in such suits in which a dubious claim is made that a business is using wireless […]
In a press release Texans for Lawsuit Reform PAC officially endorsed the election of Justice Jeff Brown to the Texas Supreme Court. Brown was appointed to the Texas Supreme Court by Gov. Rick Perry in 2013. To read more, click here.