New Office Expansion for the Nations Law Firm

 

The Nations Law Firm is proud to announce the opening of our second Houston office. Conveniently located in the Westchase area, the new 21,000 square foot office space allows ample room for the firm’s expanded operations. We have an entire floor with plenty of space for both equipment and personnel and room to grow even more. Mr.Nations, who has been practicing law for 50 years now, has no intention of slowing down any time soon, as evidenced by the firm’s ever-growing client base. Please note: There are no changes to our contact information including our telephone numbers, extensions, fax number, email, and mailing addresses.

Monsanto Seeds Cause Rash, Halting Launch

Monsanto Corporation ceased the launch of a chemical designed for crop seeds in the wake of reports stating that the chemical causes rashes on people. This is the latest instance of complaints regarding the company’s product that was approved by U.S. environmental regulators.

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(Or copy/paste URL into your browser’s address bar) http://www.reuters.com/article/us-monsanto-chemicals/monsanto-halts-launch-of-chemical-after-users-complain-of-rashes-idUSKBN1D202Y

Houston Astros Earn History

On November 1st, 2017, the Houston Astros played the 7th game in the final set of the World Series – and won.

As Mayor Sylvester Turner said, “We went from 51 inches of rain to a 5 to 1 clincher. WOW it doesn’t get much better than that.”

We are proud to call Houston our home, and very proud of our baseball team, the Houston Astros.

 

Congress Prevents Consumers from Suing Companies Like Equifax

The Senate voted Tuesday night to eradicate a contentious rule that would have allowed Americans to file class-action suits against banks instead of being coerced in many cases into private arbitration.

No Democrats or independents favored the move. All but two Republicans — John Kennedy of Louisiana and Lindsey Graham of South Carolina — voted to revoke the rule.

George Slover, senior policy counsel for Consumers Union, declared the vote “means that big financial companies can lock the courthouse doors and prevent consumers who’ve been mistreated from joining together to seek the relief they deserve under the law.”

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(URL: https://www.nytimes.com/2017/10/24/business/senate-vote-wall-street-regulation.html )

RESOURCE CENTER IN LAFAYETTE – OPEN SEPT 5th – 8th

By Cindy Nations
September 4, 2017

THE HARVEY RESOURCE CENTER is opening in Lafayette, Louisiana tomorrow. It will be open from Tuesday, September 5 through Friday, September 8. The center will serve as a resource hub for those affected by Hurricane Harvey. Charitable organizations will be providing hot meals, clothing vouchers, personal care kits, resource referrals, mental health and pastoral care, and more …

Please help spread the word. For more information, click here.