A federal judge has rebuked the attorney representing 15 Jane Doe plaintiffs suing Baylor University over its alleged mishandling of their sexual assault claims.

U.S. District Judge Robert Pitman chastised “plaintiffs’ counsel” for alleging, in the midst of a discovery dispute, that opposing counsel from Thompson & Horton were asking abusive questions in depositions. The plaintiffs’ counsel who raised the issue in a motion response are Jim Dunnam of Dunnam & Dunnam in Waco and Chad Dunn of Brazil & Dunn in Houston.

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