Two software companies have sued a Dallas mortgage-lending law firm and one of its partners, alleging they misappropriated a database of legal documents to make “millions” in profits in residential loan transactions.

The plaintiffs filed Compliance Source Inc. and Digital Docs Inc. v. McGlinchey Stafford and Youngblood & Bendalin, et al. on June 17 in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas in Dallas. The firm is a branch of New Orleans-based McGlinchey Stafford, which also is named as a defendant in the suit.

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