Two Texas Democrats are calling on Republican attorney general Ken Paxton to sue the feds for reimbursement of border security costs. But legal experts think it’s a bad idea.
A local lawsuit could spell big trouble.
Coming off of a major Supreme Court victory in 2016, Whole Woman’s Health and a number of Texas-based orgs look to repeal other Texas laws.
ExxonMobil, ConocoPhillips among the companies named in suit.
Austin’s Brandon Vezmar has found himself an overnight celebrity after a lawsuit he filed because ”men are being exploited by people like the defendant.”
The hook ’em sign in donut form has been a part of the bakery’s brand for years—but UT lawyers are suddenly unhappy.
This is the most complicated that thinking about cake has ever been.
As Dallas City Council voted to ban a porn convention from using its convention center, Mike Rawlings coins a phrase.
The school, which has owned the trademark on ”12th Man” since 1990, has a history of renting it out to NFL franchises.
The case has sparked predictable outrage.
A Federal Judge Ruled Against A Boy From Wichita Falls Who Was Suspended For Refusing To Shake The School Superintendent’s Hand
After the 8th grade valedictorian dissed his school superintendent during graduation, both the school and a federal judge agreed that the incoming freshman needed to pay a price.
Lightning strikes are basically what people have in mind when they talk about an "Act of God," but it's more complicated than just looking to the sky.
Is Texas big enough for two beavers?
A federal lawsuit filed by Dr. Glen Hurlston claims that the former chief of police in Princeton, Texas—who currently holds that role in the Austin suburb of Kyle—and several of his fellow officers harassed him while the chief had an affair with his wife.
Lauren Scruggs, the 23-year-old model and fashion blogger who lost an hand and eye in the accident, rejected a $200,000 settlement.
Two Liberty County residents claim "Angel" the psychic, the Liberty County Sheriff's Office, and a number of news organizations caused them financial and mental damages.
Courtney Royal had sued to practice his vampiric religious beliefs behind bars but the U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals was unswayed by his arguments.
(This post is a revision that includes corrections from a previous draft.) Regarding the situation with Texas A&M and the future of the Big Twelve Conference, I have spoken with persons familiar with the situation at Baylor, who prefer to remain anonymous. This is what I have learned. 1. The