There was a time when motorcycle “clubs” settled their internal disputes with knives and chains. But the HardRiders Motorcycle Club and two of its attorney-members will settle their differences inside the Harris County Courthouse.

On June 21, lawyer Waverly Nolley, president of the Houston-based Harley-Davidson cruiser riding club, roared into the courthouse and filed HardRiders Inc. v. Efrem Sewell, et al. on behalf of the group. It the suit, the club names Sewell, a Houston solo who serves as the HardRiders’ attorney, as the lead defendant.

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