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Attys Jockey For Lead Counsel Roles In Harvey Flooding Row

Law360, Houston (November 1, 2017, 9:37 PM EDT) -- About a dozen attorneys presented competing proposals in federal court on Wednesday on who should be appointed as lead counsel and how best to move forward with the massive amount of property damage litigation stemming from the release of water from two reservoirs in Houston after Hurricane Harvey dropped historic amounts of rainfall on the city.

The hearing took place in a packed courtroom in Houston before Chief Judge Susan Braden of the Court of Federal Claims and Chief U.S. District Judge Lee H. Rosenthal. Judge Rosenthal explained to the crowd that her only role in the litigation would be that...

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