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Media Rumblings

A bitter media feud: Texas Monthly sues the New York Times for hiring move, asks for $1 million

By Katie Friel

Just two weeks after Texas Monthly editor in chief Jake Silverstein announced he was leaving to head The New York Times Magazine, Texas Monthly's publisher is suin ...

Texas Schools Behaving Badly

Lesbian high school student outed by coaches receives settlement in "worst bullying" case

By Claire St. Amant

An East Texas school district has finally settled a lawsuit filed by a former student who was forced to reveal her sexual identity in 2009. Skye Wyatt was a 16-year-old sophomore at Kilgore Hig ...

Portrait of the Lady

Ryan O'Neal sheds blood and tears in cringe-worthy interview on Farrah portrait lawsuit

By Ryan Lakich

The University of Texas will remember 2013 as a year in which it gained a national spotlight due to litigation. One case went to the Supreme Court and involved the future of affirmative action in u ...

Major Taco Lawsuit

Food fight: Lawsuit alleges stolen "Taco Bible" led to competitor's ripoff recipes

By Eric Sandler

The Dirty Sanchez. Mr. Pink. The Democrat. The Republican. Fans of Austin-based Torchy's Tacos will immediately recognize these as some of the creative names the company has developed for ...

Forced retirement

Don't mess with granny: 65-year-old car saleswoman sues former employer for right to work

By Whitney Radley

For some members of the workforce, retirement — or at least semi-retirement — is a status looked forward to at the earliest moment of eligibility. Not so for Carolyn Cross.  Th ...

Keeping it legal

Lance Armstrong's discount sale: Unloads his massive Austin mansion for a steep reduction

By Ryan Lakich

It appears that Lance Armstrong’s tour of lawsuits and legal troubles is just beginning — and he is already starting to downsize. The disgraced cyclist, who was stripped of his seve ...

Food Fight

Landry's sues new seafood restaurant in non-compete feud, putting "stylish" spot in doubt

By Whitney Radley

The much-anticipated opening of Mr. Peeples Seafood + Steaks at 1911 Bagby in Midtown has been delayed time and time again. And after tweeting about its final touches in early March, ...

Legal news

Man without fully-formed hands slaps Six Flags with a lawsuit after being asked to get off ride

By Claire St. Amant

When Clint Bench bought his family season passes to Six Flags Over Texas in 2012, he didn't think his lack of fully-formed hands would prevent him from enjoying the rides alongside his children ...


Did the NAACP stiff the Four Seasons on a $100,000 bill? Big-name convention triggers a lawsuit

By Whitney Radley

The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People took the Bayou City by storm last July, hosting its 103rd Annual Convention at the George R. Brown Convention Center and its environs, ...

Crazy Times

Swamplot sheds its anonymity to charge high-rise harassment: Rice prof files suit against condo chief

By Sarah Rufca

The high-rise condominium tower 2520 Robinhood is no stranger to controversy. In addition to being known as the Houston home of acquitted non-murderer Robert Durst, the Rice Village high-rise has f ...

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