Houston attorney Michael Busby Jr. paid a "fortune teller" $30 for a tarot card reading and $500 for a "ritual to reunite husband and wife." And in a lawsuit, he alleges he gave the woman $2,700 so s
...39;s franchising and distribution, food and beverage and retail industries and consumer products practices. . . . Emily Stroope has joined McGlinchey Stafford...
Here are summaries of state and federal appellate court opinions issued from Nov. 26 to Dec. 2
Houston attorney Michael G. Busby Jr. paid a "fortune teller" $500 for a "ritual to reunite husband and wife." He also alleges in a lawsuit that he gave her $2,700 in cash so she could "cleanse" it,
... Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB)'s activity relating to debt-collection practices...
Two plaintiffs have sued Whole Foods Markets Inc. and some of its subsidiaries in federal court in Houston. "Testing by an independent laboratory found that more than 50% of Whole Foods' 365 Everyday
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