Tag Archives: Legal Malpractice

What’s “An Agreement To Agree”?

Well, for starters, it’s not enforceable in Texas.  And it can form the basis of a hefty legal malpractice suit as a client of Texas law firm Andrews Kurth discovered when the jury awarded him about $200 million against the firm. According … Continue reading

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If It Can Happen To Playboy . . . It Can Happen To You

Playboy Enterprises recently filed a legal malpractice lawsuit against its attorneys for failing to settle an employee whistleblower lawsuit within the insurance policy limits, thereby exposing Playboy to a verdict in excess of the policy limits.  According to an April … Continue reading

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Is NFL Legend Kenny Stabler’s Ex-Wife Really Litigious?

It’s a common retort: Sue your lawyer for malpractice, and they accuse you of being litigious.  That was the response of Jeff Deen, Rose Burch Stabler’s attorney whom she is suing for malpractice.  But is she really litigious or is … Continue reading

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