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  • July 22, 2024

    'Bully' Jerry Jones Rips Alleged Daughter As Driven By Greed

    Counsel for Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones told a Texas federal jury Monday that a 27-year-old woman who claims Jones is her biological father was motivated to violate an agreement out of greed, while the defense painted Jones as a "bully" who wanted to keep his out-of-wedlock paternity a secret from his "real family."

  • July 22, 2024

    VidStream Can't Block X Features That Allegedly Infringe IP

    VidStream can't block X Corp. from deploying features that allegedly infringe its patent over a system for receiving and distributing user-generated video, a Texas federal judge said Monday, finding that VidStream is unable to show the alleged infringement can't be remedied through monetary damages and therefore fails to show it will be irreparably harmed.

  • July 22, 2024

    Texas Man Cops To Laundering Nearly $8.5M In Scam Hauls

    A Texas man has pled guilty to conspiring to launder funds totaling nearly $8.8 million obtained in schemes ranging from romance scams to a phishing attack on a Maryland County treasurer's office, prosecutors announced.

  • July 22, 2024

    American Airlines Aims To Block Disabled Worker Class Cert.

    American Airlines Group Inc. has said a disabled worker aims to have a Texas federal court certify an "unprecedented nationwide class of all disabled American flight attendants" who can't maintain a regular work schedule and has asked the court to strike the plaintiff's class allegation.

  • July 22, 2024

    Steward Health Care Finds Buyers For 2 Hospitals

    Steward Health Care has told a Delaware bankruptcy judge it has found buyers for two of the facilities in its first round of hospital sales in its Chapter 11 case, but three others had attracted no qualified bids.

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