What does tort reform mean for Texas? It means that a hospital emergency room can negligently cause an Ebola outbreak without facing medical malpractice liability. Earlier this month, Thomas Duncan visited a Dallas area hospital. He was discharged while infected with the deadly Ebola virus. He had the symptoms and the hospital knew that he […]

A man who once worked with the FBI on a bankruptcy fraud case is now suing the law enforcement agency for seizing money that was supposed to go toward child support payments. Michael O’Donnell provided federal agents with evidence that his ex-wife, Tara Kersch, was engaged in a criminal bankruptcy fraud scheme with her new […]

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A Houston Chronicle report recently revealed that numerous Texas jails are still using an immigration screening program that has been criticized as unconstitutional. The program involves allowing the Department of Homeland Security and the Immigrations and Customs Enforcement Bureau to access thousands of fingerprint records. The controversial immigration screening program has also been the target […]

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A report from the Texas Council on Family Violence has shown that domestic violence in Texas has been on the rise for the last few years. The report shows that fatal incidents of domestic violence in Texas rose from 102 in 2011, to 114 in 2012, to 119 in 2013. News reports have shown that […]

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A young girl who was kidnapped by her mother twelve years ago over a child custody case has been rescued in Mexico. Sabrina Allen, now 17, was rescued by local authorities more than twelve years after her mother, Dara Marie Llorens, took the then-four-year-old girl to her native Mexico. Sabrina’s father, Greg Allen, had not […]

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The G-20 summit is set to be held in Australia next month, and PM Tony Abbott has a bone to pick with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Abbott, who is understandably upset in the wake of the downing of Malaysian Flight 17, said that he will “shirt-front” the Russian leader. This is an interesting choice of […]

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Amethyst Amelia Kelly, better known as Australian rap star Iggy Azalea, was sued for divorce in Texas by her former boyfriend, rapper Maurice Williams. Mr. Williams, who performs under the stage name Hefe Wine, claimed that the couple had lived together in Texas since September 2008 and had agreed to get married at an unspecified […]

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On October 8, 2014, “The Louisiana Record” posted an article that brought to light statistics regarding the “shockingly inefficient“ management of the Deepwater Horizon Economic Oil Spill claims. The information included in the article can only be described as profoundly disturbing and is indicative of tremendous inefficiencies and stall tactics at all levels of the […]

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