A former paralegal at Houston lawyer Richard Laminack‘s current and former firms alleges the prominent plaintiffs lawyer is a “sexual predator” who once offered her $15,000 to stay with him in a hotel room in Las Vegas over a weekend and once suggested she perform a sexual act on an expert witness to improve his mood and testimony.

Defendants in the suit Angela Robinson filed in state district court in Houston on July 25 are Laminack; his current firm, Laminack, Pirtle & Martines; and the O’Quinn Law Firm, formerly known as O’Quinn, Laminack & Pirtle in which Laminack was partner.

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