An opinion by San Antonio’s 4th Court of Appeals interpreting the “equal inference rule” will allow an unusual breach-of-fiduciary-duty suit against Cox Smith Matthews and a former shareholder to go to trial.

In the state court litigation, a former Cox Smith client alleges its lawyer Renee McElhaney “lied” to induce the client to settle a federal tort case for $4.5 million.

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