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Southeast Texas Record, January 3, 2017

Last year was a rough one for Houston attorney Steve Mostyn, and he's probably glad it's over. Never mind that he brought the troubles on himself.

Forbes, December 20, 2016

Hershey's doesn't put enough Kisses in its bags. An extra charge for gluten-free items at P.F. Chang's violates federal law. TGI Friday's should disclose the price of alcoholic drinks on its menus, and Starbucks needs less ice in its iced coffee.

KXAN, December 21, 2016

KXAN (AUSTIN) — A Texas attorney, known for filing hundreds of Americans with Disabilities Act lawsuits in Austin, now appears to be peppering healthcare businesses across the state with letters asking the recipient to pay $2,000 or be sued for alleged ADA website violations. The letters related to alleged ADA website violations have landed in mailboxes from Amarillo to Beaumont.

Southeast Texas Record, December 20, 2015

HIDALGO COUNTY – Following a summary judgment loss, the Mostyn Law Firm is asking for a new trial in a hail lawsuit against State Farm Lloyds.

Houma Today, December 20, 2016

SAN FRANCISCO — Products liability attorneys are girding for increasingly contentious litigation in California in the wake of a ruling this past August that allowed hundreds of out-of-state plaintiffs to pursue mass tort claims in the state's courts.

Faces of Lawsuit Abuse, December 19, 2016

Reform’s (ILR) survey of the Top Ten Most Ridiculous Lawsuits of 2016, announced today.

City Journal, December 15, 2016

Hail storms are rarely deadly, but they can inflict substantial property damage, especially to roofs and other exposed surfaces. Increasingly, hail storms in Texas are accompanied by another form of disaster, too, albeit one that is man-made: mass litigation.

TX Business Daily, December 15, 2016

Advocates arguing for reform to tackle alleged abuses by so-called “storm-chasing” lawyers want legislation to strip attorneys of any fees if they are found to have solicited clients door to door.

Madison - St. Clair Record, December 14, 2016

A documentary set to premiere this week scrutinizes the cottage industry of asbestos litigation.

Sun Herald, December 14, 2016

GULFPORT-U.S. District Judge Louis Guirola on Wednesday sentenced Gregory Warren, 52, of Lafayette, Louisiana, to 17 years in prison and fined him $250,000 in a BP-fraud case that saw San Antonio attorney Mikal Watts and four others acquitted.