Former Texas Attorney General Dan Morales says he has information about attorney conduct during the tobacco litigation that would bolster the state's efforts to obtain some of the $3.3 billion in fees awarded to the plaintiffs' lawyers. Morales says he has executed a sworn statement regarding "events and circumstances" that could provide a basis for the state to pursue the fee-forfeiture claim against the unnamed plaintiffs' lawyers.
Former Texas AG Offers Info on Tobacco Lawyers' Conduct
November 18, 2002
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