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Fox News, April 10, 2017

Judge Neil Gorsuch took the first of two oaths to be sworn in as the newest Supreme Court justice Monday, having survived a grueling confirmation process where he faced Democrats still angry over Republicans' blockade of former President Barack Obama's nominee last year.

Austin American Statesman, April 7, 2017

First we get hit with high-intensity storms that pummeled parts of our state this past week with large hail. Next, we get soaked by storm-chasing personal injury lawyers looking to line their pockets.

Houston Chronicle, April 4, 2017

AUSTIN - The House Insurance Committee approved a hotly contested bill on Tuesday that supporters say will protect homeowners and business policyholders from the detrimental effects of unnecessary lawsuits over hail and other storms.

Southeast Texas Record, April 4, 2017

BEAUMONT – While the trial of the last remaining Hurricane Rita lawsuit may be in books, the case is far from over – as Mostyn Law and the Texas Windstorm Insurance Association recently filed contrasting motions for entry of final judgment.

Southeast Texas Record, April 3, 2017

After all, if a hail storm causes damage to a home, and a policyholder is dissatisfied with the settlement of his claim, the appropriate response should be to sue the insurance company, right? Why sue the company's employees or contractors?

Southeast Texas Record, March 29, 2017

AUSTIN – During a recent hearing on the hailstorm lawsuit abuse bill, Mostyn Law’s head of litigation told members of the Texas House Insurance Committee that nobody, even her law firm, likes storm-chasing attorneys.

Southeast Texas Record, March 28, 2017

BEAUMONT – On March 28, the Texas House Insurance Committee heard testimony on what has been dubbed the hailstorm lawsuit abuse bill – a piece of legislation, depending on who you talk to, aimed at either ending a civil crisis or giving insurers immunity from civil suits.

Institute for Legal Reform, March 29, 2017

Emerging technologies are changing how we live, travel, and buy goods and services. If the pace of this transformation continues as expected, in 2025, it may be common for a refrigerator to reorder our food and a drone to deliver it, while a driverless car takes us to the spaceport for a flight into low-earth orbit.

Huffington Post, March 24, 2017

The insular world of asbestos litigation, best known for those ubiquitous mesothelioma TV ads, is having a decidedly non-insular month, with the U.S. Congress considering greater transparency. Concurrently, more than a dozen state attorneys general are investigating potential Medicaid fraud by some of the nation’s largest bankruptcy trusts.

Southeast Texas Record, March 27, 2017

DALLAS – Since 2012, hundreds to thousands of lawsuits are filed after every hailstorm strike within the state of Texas, naming countless insurers, agents and adjusters as defendants.