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First major BP claim check arrives in St. Pete Beach

St. Pete Beach, FL – It has been six months of suffering for The Alden Beach Resort that has been on St. Pete Beach for forty years. "The cancellations came pretty strong that last week in April, then all of May, June, July, " said Gary Renfrow, owner of The Alden Beach Resort. Refrow says he lost […]

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The Buzbee Law Firm Advises Vietnamese Asian American Restaurant Association on BP Spill Claims

The 10,000-member, five-state Vietnamese Asian American Restaurant Association (VAARA) has retained The Buzbee Law Firm to advocate for fairer treatment of BP oil spill claimants. VAARA President Tony Nguyen said the organization is troubled by mixed signals sent by Kenneth Feinberg, the government-appointed administrator of the $20 billion BP Deepwater Horizon Disaster Victim Compensation Fund. […]

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More Coverage About BP Lawsuit–News on BP Fines

News coverage continues on our lawsuit against BP regarding the April to May 2010 release of benzene at BP Texas City. Also included are news reports on BP's recent agreement to pay $50 million in fines regarding the 2005 blast at the BP Texas City refinery.   August 15, 2010

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Restaurant Owners Weighing Legal Options

  GALVESTON — About 20 restaurant owners who said seafood prices have soared since the Deepwater Horizon disaster gathered downtown Thursday to hear about their legal options. Owners of restaurants big and small met at Sky Bar Steak and Sushi on Postoffice Street to hear what prominent attorney Tony Buzbee had to say. None had […]

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ABC News Nightline Report

TERRY MORAN (ABC NEWS) Last April a "Nightline" investigation sparked outrage here and abroad. It focused on a chilling torture video and a member of an Arab royal family. Now the story is back and the anger reignited. Our Chief Investigative Correspondent Brian Ross who broke this story is here tonight. Brian? BRIAN ROSS (ABC […]

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Maravilla Resort fire result of negligent welders

GALVESTON — Welders, and an Alabama construction company that failed to supervise them, caused a massive fire and more than $10 million in damage to 78 condominiums, a lawsuit claims. Attorney Tony Buzbee filed a lawsuit Oct. 1 on behalf of Maravilla Resort’s homeowners association, claiming Adam’s Welders of Houston failed to properly post and train a […]

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ABC News Exclusive: Torture Tape Implicates UAE Royal Sheikh

A video tape smuggled out of the United Arab Emirates shows a member of the country's royal family mercilessly torturing a man with whips, electric cattle prods and wooden planks with protruding nails. A man in a UAE police uniform is seen on the tape tying the victim's arms and legs, and later holding him down as […]

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Former Stanford Lawyer Sued

Stanford Financial Group executive Laura Pendergest-Holt filed a $20 million legal malpractice lawsuit Friday against a lawyer she said caused her wrongfully to be accused of a crime. Pendergest-Holt, chief investment officer of Stanford Financial, sued Thomas Sjoblom, who practices in New York and Washington, accusing him of legal malpractice and breach of fiduciary duty. […]

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U.S. Oil, Imported Workers

U.S. Oil, Imported Workers Oil staffing and service companies are accused of illegally employing non-U.S. workers on rigs in the Gulf of Mexico—and displacing American workers by Moira Herbst To Daryl Johnson of Orange, Tex., work as a rigger on pipe-laying barges seemed like a pretty sure bet. The pay was good—$18.50 an hour—and with oil […]

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Landry’s Gets Restraint Vs Lenders

Landry's Gets Restraint Vs Lenders HOUSTON – Restaurant operator Landry's Restaurants Inc. on Friday said it obtained a temporary restraining order against its bond holders. The order, from a judge for the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas, orders the indenture trustee of the company's $400 million 7.5 percent senior notes to immediately withdraw […]

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