Andrews Kurth To Face $51M Trial Over Client's Stanford Deal

Law360, Houston (June 2, 2014, 9:44 PM EDT) -- A Texas judge on Monday said he plans to let jurors consider a real estate company's suit alleging Andrews Kurth LLP caused it to lose as much as $51 million on ill-fated deals with Stanford Financial Group as its massive Ponzi scheme was unraveling. 

On the second day of a pretrial motion hearing, Harris County District Judge Bill Burke reiterated his concerns about the strength of Walton Houston Galleria Office LP's claims but said he was inclined to let the subsidiary of Walton Street Capital LLC argue at least some of its legal theories at a trial that is scheduled to...

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