Texas Bar Sues State Rep. Over Client Referral Scheme

Law360, New York (February 13, 2014, 4:01 PM EST) -- The Texas State Bar hit Rep. Ronald E. Reynolds, D-Missouri City, with a lawsuit Wednesday over his alleged role in a criminal client solicitation scheme that involved paying kickbacks to a chiropractor who referred customers to Reynolds' personal injury law firm in Houston.

The State Bar’s Commission for Lawyer Discipline accuses Reynolds, an attorney at Brown Brown & Reynolds PC, of paying Robert Valdez Sr., part owner of the Greenspoint Health and Injury Center and Eastex Health and Injury Center chiropractic clinics, to solicit personal injury clients on Reynolds’ behalf. The commission says Valdez initiated contact with automobile accident victims and...

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