Dallas Firm Fights To Keep Malpractice Suit Shut Down

Law360, Dallas (May 1, 2013, 3:53 PM EDT) -- Dallas law firm Carnahan Thomas told a state appeals court Wednesday that a former client couldn’t prove it had committed malpractice by not including all the proper entities as defendants in an underlying suit that determined noncompete agreements the client signed were unenforceable.

Carnahan Thomas argued that a trial judge had correctly dismissed malpractice claims from its former client Stuart Thomas, who operated a mushroom distribution business, saying Thomas couldn't prove the firm's failure to name the distribution companies he had signed noncompete agreements with caused...
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