Lawyer Seeks More Than $1 Million From Firm He Founded

, Texas Lawyer

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"I still hope we can work it out. It's come to the point where we have a strong disagreement about what should and shouldn't happen," said J. Mike Amerson. "I've worked with those guys for 15 years, elbow-to-elbow, and it's sad."

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  • ELois P. Clayton

    This is perposturous and I totally agree with this attorney who created this firm!
    I say to him, don‘t let them get away with anything(with their greed suffering *****)!

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