Andrews Kurth Asks Texas Justices To Toss Malpractice Suit

Law360, Houston (January 11, 2017, 5:04 PM EST) -- The former clients of Andrews Kurth Kenyon LLP alleging their lawyers drafted a faulty health care investment agreement and flubbed subsequent litigation, and who also argue their claims were wrongly dismissed, have failed to meet the court's evidence standards in proving the claims, the Texas Supreme Court was told in oral arguments Wednesday.

The former clients allege that Andrews Kurth also failed to communicate a $450,000 settlement offer before they were hit with a $6 million judgment in a dispute over ownership of a home health company, Accent Home Health. Plaintiffs James Rogers, William Burmeister and their Conservative Care Inc. and...

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