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Southeast Texas Record, December 15, 2016

McALLEN – For the second year in a row Texas’ Hidalgo County, arguably the birthplace of mass hailstorm litigation, has been named a “Judicial Hellhole” by the American Tort Reform Association.

Texas Lawyer, December 14, 2016

Tort reformers and trial lawyers have drafted competing wish lists for the 85th legislative session set to begin for Texas lawmakers the second week in January.

Southeast Texas Record, December 13, 2016

HIDALGO COUNTY –The Mostyn Law Firm, founded by mega attorney Steve Mostyn, ditched their hailstorm client only a month before the hearing of a State Farm Lloyds motion for summary judgment, recent court filings show.

Forbes, December 14, 2016

In March, mega attorney Steve Mostyn found himself in a small Texas border town far from his Houston home, called there to appear before a federal judge and explain why he shouldn't be sanctioned for filing baseless hail lawsuits against insurance companies.

Southeast Texas Record, December 12, 2016

DALLAS – A verdict of more than $1 billion handed down by a federal jury in a lawsuit regarding hip replacements only reinforces the need for appellate review, says one attorney.

Legal Newsline, December 9, 2016

LOS ANGELES (Legal Newsline) — A Minnesota attorney said there is difficulty in bringing lawsuits like a recent case against Krispy Kreme involving the definition of fruit ingredients in food, particularly packaged foods.

East Valley Tribune, December 11, 2016

The Arizona Attorney General’s Office has filed a 20-page motion to dismiss more than 1,000 civil lawsuits filed by a foundation that accuses East Valley businesses of widespread violations of the federal Americans with Disabilities Act and a similar state law.

Southeast Texas Record, December 13, 2016

Certain lawyers do chase storms, and they do solicit clients for suits against insurance companies whenever a big one blows through, by trying to convince the policyholders that the settlements offered are insufficient – or by just claiming to represent homeowners they've never even met with.

KXAN, December 7, 2016

AUSTIN (KXAN) — An Austin attorney, who filed nearly 400 lawsuits against local businesses for violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act, has been slapped with more than $176,000 in penalties for his actions and conduct in federal court, according to an order filed on Wednesday.

Austin American Statesman, December 7, 2016

A federal magistrate judge sanctioned Austin attorney Omar Rosales and ordered him to pay more than $175,000 in penalties for fabricating an email he presented in court and making offensive comments against a civil rights attorney with whom he’s embroiled in a disabilities lawsuit.