...negligence causes of action and sought exemplary damages. Celia Flowers of Flowers & Davis in Dallas represented the plaintiffs. She did not return a call...
After five years of litigation, U.S. District Judge Rodney Gilstrap recently approved of a consent decree that puts an end to an alleged "stop and seize" practice used by defendant law enforcement of
...commercial property complex on three tracts of land that he owned in Flower Mound, Texas. Harpavat's development plan was to construct three medical office...
...Defense Attorneys: Lee I. Correa, Robert S. Davis, David R. Iglesias, Preston W. McGee, Flowers Davis,Chad C. Rook, Flowers Davis, Tyler...
...2004, Seyed Tabatabi was working alone in the back office of his flower shop. He heard a sound from the cash register and returned to...
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