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The Texas 13th Court of Appeals affirmed the dismissal of a $27 million lawsuit against the buyers of a highway construction business. Appellant Ray Hernandez sued Mohammad Motaghi and Mitra Khan in Nueces County district court, alleging that Motaghi and Khan breached a written contract by purchasing the business without Hernandez’s involvement.  Hernandez alleged…(Read More)

HOUSTON – World-famous chef Omar Pereney is back to feeding Houston and helping restaurants perfect their menus after a settlement with his former employer who had refused to release him from a non-compete agreement. Mr. Pereney, a prodigy who starred on a Latin American cooking show when he was a young teenager, is thrilled…(Read More)

HOUSTON – A small Houston-area hospital scored a significant win against an insurance company in a reimbursement dispute when a state district judge issued a summary judgment in favor of the hospital. Apollo Hospital, located in The Woodlands and now called Texienne Hospital Systems, alleged that Universal American Insurance Corp. improperly denied millions of dollars…(Read More)

Ashish Mahendru, who serves on the advisory board of the South Asian Bar Association of Houston, appeared in court as an amicus to pursue sanctions against a Houston lawyer for a racist email rant. Mr. Mahendru was quoted by several media about this improper behavior by an attorney. Houston lawyer Gary Riebschlager agreed to pay…(Read More)