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The Texas Supreme Court on Friday agreed to hear a case in which Obstetrical and Gynecological Associates and one of its doctors argue that there was legally insufficient evidence to support a $9.6 million jury award in favor of the husband of a woman who alleges the substandard care she received resulted in a brain injury.
A Texas appellate court on Friday reversed and remanded a medical malpractice suit over a man who died following surgery from a lack of oxygen to his brain, determining that the trial judge should have allowed his family time to amend their expert reports.
Eastern District of Texas Judge Rodney Gilstrap has dismissed a patent suit that prolific plaintiff Uniloc USA Inc. brought against cloud computing company Nutanix Inc., ruling that 19 Nutanix employees who work remotely in the district do not give the company a place of business there.
The Supreme Court of Texas on Friday declined to take up Owens Corning’s challenge to a Texas appellate court ruling that found the manufacturer could not deduct from its businesses taxes a $2.2 billion payment made as part of an asbestos product liability settlement.
A Texas federal jury found on Thursday that Ericsson had proven that TCL Communication Technology Holdings had infringed on claims in a patent covering a system for controlling software in mobile devices and awarded Ericsson $75 million in damages.