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Harriet Miers, a former managing partner of Locke Lord and current litigator with the firm in Dallas and Washington, D.C., saw a federal judge recently grant a sanctions motion against one of her clients and several other co-defendants.

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Miriam Rozen

Miriam Rozen covers the business of law and focuses on how lawyers preserve and expand their client roster. Contact her at mrozen@alm.com. Twitter: @MiriamRozen.

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