Despite efforts by the City to revise the ordinance and avert legal challenges, a group of local businesses is moving forward with efforts to block it.
The DoSeum, opened in 2015, has filed a lawsuit against two local firms alleging there are defects in the museum’s roofing and HVAC systems.
A group of five residents, some religious and political activists, are suing the City of San Antonio under the “Save Chick-fil-A” law.
The lawsuit accuses H-E-B of not controlling its retirement plan expenses and allowing the plan to become one of the most expensive in the country.
On Monday, June 26, U.S. District Judge Orlando Garcia will hear the City of San Antonio’s request for a preliminary injunction to block Senate Bill 4
San Antonio will pursue litigation against Senate Bill 4, the state’s controversial immigration law also known as the “sanctuary cities” law.
The local police union’s offer of meeting dates to proceed with contract negotiations still comes with the condition that the City of San Antonio drop its lawsuit challenging the police and fire union contracts’ 10-year evergreen clause.
Local police and firefighter unions on Thursday repeated their promise to return to collective bargaining negotiations if the City drops its evergreen clause lawsuit.
Mayor Ivy Taylor now presides over an increasingly divided City Council after half its members moved Tuesday without success to force the City to abandon lawsuits against the police and firefighter unions.
A decision on whether the civil suit filed by the family of slain honors student Robert Cameron Redus against the University of the Incarnate Word and UIW police officer Christopher Carter should be heard in federal or state court was not made during a hearing Monday morning.