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Texas drill pipe supplier files lawsuit against company alleging breach of contract

A breach of contract lawsuit was filed by a Houston, Texas drill pipe supplier against a North Dakota company. The lawsuit was filed in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas Aug. 31 by Vallourec Drilling Products

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Texas mental health center files breach of contract lawsuit against software provider

A mental health center in Texas is suing a software provider for breach of contract. The lawsuit was filed in state district court in Waco by the Heart of Texas Region Mental Health Mental Retardation Center (MHMR), against CoCentrix Inc.,

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Austin company files lawsuit alleging unfair competition

An unfair competition lawsuit has been filed in U.S. District Court in Austin, Texas. Yeti Coolers, an Austin company, accuses a Missouri company, Mammoth Coolers, of selling products that infringe on Yeti’s rights. Yeti alleges unfair competition, unjust enrichment, trade

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Texas Supreme Court rules in tortious intereference case that “reasonable certainty” requirement for lost profits applies to claims for “lost market value”

In a recent business litigation case, the Texas Supreme Court affirmed that lost profits may only be recovered when the amount can be proven with reasonable certainty, even when the damages sought are for the “market value” of an investment,

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Texas Federal jury finds Apache did not breach contract with W&T Offshore

A Texas federal jury found that Apache Corp. did not breach its contract with W&T Offshore Inc., a Houston-based oil and gas producer, in a dispute that began in 2011. The jury verdict was accepted by the U.S. District Court

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Citgo sues fuel reseller for breach of contract

Citgo Petroleum has filed a lawsuit against a fuel reseller for breach of contract, claiming that the reseller sold non-brand motor fuel under Citgo’s name and failed to pay for fuel purchases. Citgo Petroleum Corporation filed the lawsuit against Daibes

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Jewelry company sues Sam’s Club for tortious interference

A jewelry maker has filed a lawsuit against Sam’s Club, claiming that the retail warehouse club is selling its jewelry without permission. David Yurman Enterprises filed the lawsuit against Sam’s Club on September 4 in the Southern District of Texas,

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Chesapeake Faces Department of Justice Investigation and Ongoing Lawsuits Over Royalty Payments

Chesapeake Energy, facing multiple lawsuits from landowners over claims of underpaid royalties, has revealed that the company has been subpoenaed by the U.S. Department of Justice and several states over its alleged wrongdoing. State attorneys and federal prosecutors have demanded

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Texas federal court declines to apply Texas choice of law in non-compete lawsuit

A recent lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas illustrated the importance of choice-of-law provisions in employee non-compete agreements. The plaintiffs in the lawsuit were employees of F&M Bank, based in Tulsa, Oklahoma. As part

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Investment company sues Burger King Europe in Texas federal court, claiming tortious interference

An investment company has filed a lawsuit in Texas federal court against Burger King Europe GmbH, accusing the fast-food giant of interfering with a contract. Chrisian Groenke, the sole shareholder of Strategic Global Investment Capital, Inc., claims that Burger King

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