A federal judge in Central Texas recently ruled that a lawyer had such a long history of filing frivolous lawsuits that he banned the attorney from any further litigation in Texas federal courts.
One of the catch phrases of tort reformers is “frivolous lawsuits” – a lawsuit that has no legal basis
After calling for laws against "frivolous lawsuits" during his 2010 re-election campaign, Gov.
Frivolous lawsuits are lawsuits that are made without substantial evidence or merit; these are claims that are filed in which they cannot be proven and often are fictitious altogether.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton on Tuesday called a lawsuit brought by three University of Texas at Austin professors against the state’s campus carry law “frivolous” and said the professors have no...
Tell lawmakers to oppose any efforts to rollback reforms in Texas. Follow us on social media. Stay up to date on lawsuit reform. Frivolous calls produce frivolous lawsuits.
The frivolous lawsuit claimed that the movie caused Sarah Edmondson and Benjamin Darrus to go on a crime spree which resulted in Edmonson shooting Byers during a robbery...
Frivolous lawsuits are those filed by a party or attorney who is aware they are without merit, because of a lack of supporting legal argument or factual basis for the claims.
The lawsuit was frivolous, and logically, McDonald’s didn’t owe her a red cent, because they did
Frivolous Lawsuits Turns Out To Be Frivolous Politics. Here is an excerpt from Joseph Nixon of the Texas Public Policy Foundation talking about how Tort Reform has lead to economic prosperity.