Via the Southeast Texas Record Aside from low taxes, throughout his tenure as governor of Texas, Rick Perry often hung his Stetson on tort reform as one of the keys to ensure state success. On Wednesday, the Lone Star State’s next governor, Attorney General Greg Abbott, said he’d continue to support his predecessor’s legislative […]
via Eater A Texas woman, Cyndi Scruggs, is suing Chic-fil-a for $1 million claiming the fast food restaurant is to blame for her heart attack. Scruggs claims a cherry was not “properly de-pitted”, and this led her through a serious of medical complications. To read more about this frivolous lawsuit, click here.
For Immediate Release Contact: Jennifer Harris December 3, 2014 (512) 773-7168 Social host liability tips can ensure your parties, guests shine, not sue AUSTIN, TEXAS –Office parties and social gatherings will dot calendars between now and the New Year, and with these festive occasions come the threat of lawsuits. Citizens Against Lawsuit Abuse (CALA) organizations […]
Via the Austin Business Journal By: Jill Shackelford Over the past two decades, Texas has created one of the most respected legal climates in the country. From being known as a “judicial hellhole” to becoming a beacon for meaningful reform, Texas has designed a blueprint for spurring economic success, while at the same time maintaining […]
Via the Dallas Morning News Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban’s decision to answer the call and serve on a jury is something that should be celebrated statewide. Jury duty is a sacred civic responsibility that all Texans should take seriously. The right to a trial by jury is a fundamental principle that Americans enjoy. Far […]