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MLB Player Says Fund Made ‘Unconscionable’ Loan Deal

Cleveland Indians catcher Francisco Mejia, in a Delaware federal court suit claiming an ex-Major Leaguer’s investment fund induced him to sign away more than 10 percent of his lifetime earnings in exchange for a $360,000 loan, was hit with a counterclaim Thursday claiming his suit breached a confidentiality clause in the agreement. In a suit filed […]

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Lawsuit Alleges B. Braun Subsidiary Knew About Flaw in Replacement Knees

A new lawsuit against Bethlehem-based medical device maker B. Braun’s prosthetic joint division alleges the company knew about a problem with its line of ceramic-coated replacement knees, but failed to correct it or warn users. Aesculap Implant Systems holds a patent in Germany for a solution to the problem but did not incorporate the feature […]

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Buzbee Talks Addicks Barker Reservoir Release With Bloomberg

“Buzbee waves off such caution. “If you have your case on file and have litigated your case, you will always have better standing than someone who is sitting on the sidelines,” he says. His approach to the West Houston suits is based on a fascinating legal argument, one that taps at a core Texan belief: […]

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“Buzbee’s courtroom ferocity is legendary.” – Sports Day, Dallas News

“…Houston attorney and former Aggie corps of cadets battalion commander Buzbee, 49, was appointed to A&M’s board by Rick Perry in 2013. A year later, he became Perry’s lead counsel and successfully fought for dismissal of an abuse-of-power indictment. Buzbee’s courtroom ferocity is legendary. After all, he served as a Marine captain in the Persian […]

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Buzbee Winner Of UH Law Dean’s Award

When the University of Houston Law Center needed a good lawyer, Tony Buzbee answered the call. Serving pro bono as lead counsel, he and a team of UH in-house and local attorneys protected the school’s name and brand in a federal trademark infringement lawsuit last year. It wasn’t the first — and won’t be the […]

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Buzbee Selected As Distinguished Aggie Lawyer For 2017

The Texas Aggie Bar Association has announced that Anthony G. Buzbee ’90 has been selected as the 2017 Distinguished Aggie Lawyer. Buzbee will be honored March 4 at a banquet in the Memorial Student Center as part of the 18th Annual Conference of the Texas Aggie Bar Association. Texas A&M University President Michael K. Young will […]

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Buzbee Obtains Near $55M Verdict for Grocer

Tony Buzbee went before a jury again this month for his client Rafael Ortega, a Mexican grocery store chain owner, and secured a verdict of nearly $55 million in a case over breaches of fiduciary duty owed to Ortega. It was the second time Buzbee had secured a major jury award for Ortega. In a […]

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Buzbee Brings $10M Suit On Behalf Of Welder

The Buzbee Law firm recently brought a $10 million lawsuit on behalf of a welder who claims his face was set “ablaze” while working at a crude oil terminal in Nederland. Seeking an award of punitive damages, Edward Galvan filed suit against Sunoco Pipeline, along with Carber Holdings and its Texas subsidiaries, on Aug. 15 […]

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Buzbee Wins $41 Million Verdict in Spider Bite Death Case

Tony Buzbee regularly generates headlines when he wins big,and even when he wins small. But this week, Buzbee won big. After a six-day long trial, Buzbee’s client, the estate of Jose Flores, a seaman who died after being bitten by a brown recluse spider while working on a vessel, won a $41 million jury verdict […]

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Tony Buzbee named Attorney of the Year

After winning three nationally significant trial verdicts and leading the defense team for former Texas Gov. Rick Perry this past year, Tony Buzbee has been named the Texas Lawyer 2015 Attorney of the Year. As Texas Lawyer notes, “In the past 12 months, Buzbee served as lead for three trials that each led to more […]

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