Women Sue Lawyers, Firms for Gross Malfeasance in Sexual Harassment Litigation

, Texas Lawyer


Four Houston-area women sued David K. Mestemaker of Houston and Cory S. Gomel of Bellaire and their firms, alleging the defendants engaged in "gross malfeasance" when representing them in sexual harassment litigation that ended with a loss at the courthouse.

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  • Benjamin K. Sanchez, Esq.

    The irony of legal malpractice lawyers not including a claim for relief in their petition as required by Rule 47 of the Texas Rules of Civil Procedure since March. Hopefully they understand their Request for Disclosure is not valid until they amend their petition to comply with Rule 47.

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