Two businesses seek more than $110 million in damages in a negligence and breach of fiduciary duty suit against Russell T. Lloyd and his firm, John M. O’Quinn & Associates of Houston. They sued Lloyd and the firm on Oct. 13 after an allegedly “disastrous result” in underlying litigation in California and Alabama.

In response to the allegations, Lloyd, who represented the businesses in the California and Alabama suits, says, “There was no malpractice in that case. We had a bad result, and I’m sorry about that.”

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