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An Illinois appellate panel has cut loose a Texas cucumber producer and a trucking brokerage firm in a suit seeking to hold them partially responsible for a woman’s severe injuries from a collision with a big rig contracted to haul cucumbers, saying the companies’ legal exposure ended when the produce was delivered.
The question of whether an appeals court can overrule a contract dispute settlement between two oil companies that traded $3 million in potential damages for a 25 percent working interest in Permian Basin oil and gas leases will come before the Texas Supreme Court next month.
Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP has nabbed two partners for its growing employee benefits practice, adding a former Venable LLP partner in Washington, D.C., and a former Foley & Lardner LLP partner in Dallas.
The operator of a minor league ballpark in Texas was thrown a curveball Thursday when a woman filed a lawsuit alleging it is liable for injuries she suffered in a fall down the park's stairs.
A Texas federal judge on Thursday vacated his previous order that a Texas county violated a man’s Fourth Amendment rights by holding him based on a detainer request from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, saying a subsequent Fifth Circuit ruling on a related matter left no other option.