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Barratry Class Action Causes Shakeup At Texas Law Firm

The Texas law firm Speights & Worrich, which specializes in insurance disputes, has announced its decision to “significantly downsize,” claiming a barratry class action has “wrongfully damaged” the firm’s “professional reputation.” Other sources confidentially tell the Southeast Texas Record that the law firm is actually dissolving and transferring all of its [...]
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