"Baseless Allegations" Against Opposing Counsel Lead to Sanction

, Texas Lawyer

A hotly contested civil suit resulted in a more than $7 million judgment against PopCap Games Inc. and PopCap Games International. But it also resulted in a Dallas judge finding that Fulbright & Jaworski partner Rey Rodriguez — one of the lawyers representing those companies — acted in "bad faith" by making "baseless accusations" in open court against opposing counsel. Jeffrey Levinger (pictured) represents Rodriguez.

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