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The attorney accused by Seeger Weiss LLP of working with Roger Stone to peddle “conspiracy theories” about the NFL concussion settlement has doubled down on the legal arguments that elicited those personal attacks, while a blogger criticized in the same Seeger Weiss filing hit back Friday with a cease-and-desist letter.
A Texas federal judge has absolved Fieldwood Energy LLC from a jury's finding it was liable for injuries sustained by a worker who slipped on a drilling platform, saying federal law exempts the Houston-based company because the worker was a "borrowed employee" at the time he fell.
The Texas Supreme Court on Friday denied a Texas law firm’s request to undo lower-court rulings affirming a nearly $460,000 malpractice arbitration award to a former client whose case was dismissed because no counsel came to court for a trial-setting conference.
A Texas appellate panel on Thursday reduced a jury’s $725,000 award in a suit accusing former NFL football player Darrien Gordon of assaulting a man in a Target parking lot, saying the jury erred by allocating $125,000 for past and future physical impairment.
Insurer Zurich American asked a St. Louis federal court Thursday to free it from helping a policyholder pay $300 million in legal settlements over poisonings and pollution in a small Missouri town that was home to the nation’s last lead ore smelter.