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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Labor v. Warren

In 1999, Dr. Kirk Labor practiced with Ophthalmology Associates (hereafter "OA"). Toward the end of 1999, Labor left the employ of OA to tend to a sick relative. In 2001, Labor sought to return to OA. The shareholders of OA held a meeting to discuss whether to rehire Labor. At this ...

Livingston v. Montgomery

... They sued five doctors and four nurses, including appellants, alleging that Travis suffered severe neurological injuries as a result of medical malpractice committed during his mother's labor and delivery. ... 2. Abuse of the drug Petocin during labor; ...

Ashcroft v. HEPC-Anatole, Inc.

... that she failed to exhaust her administrative remedies by failing to file a charge of discrimination within statutory deadlines and (2) determining she was required to file her discrimination charge within 180 days in order to bring a discrimination claim under the Texas Labor Code. ...