Two plaintiffs in an insurance coverage suit pending in federal court in Florida allege Houston litigator Kenneth G. Engerrand coached a witness when he touched her foot with his foot during a deposition.

Two of three plaintiffs in Peter Halmos, et al. v. Insurance Company of North America, et al. filed a motion asking U.S. Magistrate Judge Stephen T. Brown to strike the deposition, revoke Engerrand’s pro hac vice privileges to represent defendant Insurance Company of America (INA) in the suit, and disqualify his firm, Brown Sims, from the insurance-coverage suit, among other things.

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