Clients of Locke Lord Bissell & Liddell have sued the firm, two partners and a former partner, alleging they failed to disclose a conflict of interest.

The plaintiffs — Daryl and Kathleen Tautenhahn of Spring, their business Amazing Spaces Inc. and related holding companies — allege Locke Lord, which represented them from 2000 through 2009, failed to inform them until July 15, 2009, that it also represented a competing self-storage company owned by Andrew A. Gregory, then a partner in Locke Lord’s Houston office. The plaintiffs also allege the firm failed to inform them until July 15, 2009, that several partners in the firm had over the years invested in Gregory’s self-storage business, Community Self Storage.

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