In October 2012, a U.S. Coast Guard vessel reportedly spotted a Mexican fishing boat north of the country’s maritime border with America, about 4.5 nautical miles off the coast of Texas.
Although thousands of Gulf Coast residents who were affected by the BP oil spill are finally seeing the fruits of a massive lawsuit, one of the men who has suffered most at the hands of the British oil giant remains in the midst of a legal battle.
Patent lawsuit filings have risen since then enactment of the America Invents Act in 2011, due to the provision that those seeking to file claims can no longer sue multiple companies.
Interstate 35 has experienced an increase in accidents since a major construction project, encompassing more than 100 miles of the roadway, began earlier this year.
In late December, the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) released the 2010 Homeowners Insurance Report.
Last Monday, on January 7, the Insurance Council of Texas issued a press release detailing how the state had fared over the course of 2012 for insurance losses.
News broke on Friday, January 4 that a recent advertisement from the insurance giant AllState, which showed agents helping victims of Hurricane Sandy quickly resolving their claims, is in reality not such a rosy picture.
In the southeastern United States, recently a number of businesses have been slapped with commercial litigation claiming they owe an entity known as Project Paperless thousands of dollars due to patent infringement.
Over the past two years, thousands of women across the United States have filed lawsuits against various manufacturers of transvaginal mesh, a surgical implant designed to treat pelvic organ prolapse (POP) and other abdominal conditions.
The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) released a statement in mid-December urging residents to drive carefully on I-35.