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Those who live by the lawsuit…

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Looks like I omitted the most interesting tidbit in my previous post, on O’Quinn being ordered to repay to his former clients part of the fees he received for a lucrative tort settlement. Some of the former clients were represented by none other than Joe “whacha gonna do about it fat boy?” Jamail.

Mary Flood at the Houston Chronicle delves into the seamy underbelly of a lawyer-on-lawyer suit in Legal trend of leveling suits against fellow litigators likened to cannibalism. There is apparently some history between the two although both attorneys deny starting it.

“I’ve never been fighting with Joe,” O’Quinn said. “Joe started fighting, I guess, with me when someone wrote an article in the National Law Journal saying I was the ‘king of torts.’ He thought he was the king of torts. . . . You can add two and two and figure out what’s going on — ego.” Jamail said there is no bad blood.

Austin American-Statesman: Powerhouse lawyer loses $35.7 million ruling.

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