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The Supreme Court of Texas on Friday denied a mandamus petition filed by a baking soda manufacturer that had sought to nix a $500 fine it received for allegedly violating a restraining order temporarily put in place by a judge overseeing contract litigation between the manufacturer and its former wholesaler.
Former Michaels Stores Inc. chair Sam Wyly and his late brother's estate urged a Second Circuit judge Friday to allow oral arguments in their appeal of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission's $299.3 million securities fraud victory over the pair, citing “significant legal questions.”
The Texas Supreme Court on Friday took up three separate petitions stemming from a fight between five energy companies accused of polluting private property by emitting foul-smelling gases and loud noises, and the town and homeowners who launched the accusations.
Apple Inc. has become the latest technology giant to reach a settlement ending e-Watch Inc.’s claims that the company is infringing two patents related to cellphone camera technology, according to a document filed in Texas federal court on Friday.
The Texas Supreme Court on Friday agreed to review two State Farm Lloyds discovery disputes in which the insurer argues intrusive and unjustified electronic discovery in multidistrict litigation alleging State Farm defrauded policyholders by underpaying wind and hailstorm claims.