An arbitration panel has ordered John M. O'Quinn's law firm to pay a little more to a class of 3,450 former breast implant clients who allege O'Quinn's firm overcharged them for expenses. In July, a three-member arbitration panel ordered the O'Quinn Law Firm in Houston to pay $35.7 million in damages to the class for breach of contract, but last week, a three-member arbitration panel ordered the firm to pay close to $41.5 million, with almost $11 million of that allocated for expenses and attorney fees.
Arbitrators Raise O'Quinn Tab for Breast Implant Clients by Almost $6M, to $41.5M
September 17, 2007
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