The 1st Court of Appeals has breathed new life into a quarter-century old legal battle that began when one Houston lawyer agreed to represent a woman seeking to collect on loans she made to another Houston lawyer.

Although Carol Whitsett died in February 2002, her $6.5 million legal malpractice suit against her former attorney, William E. “Ed” Junell Jr., and Junell’s former firm, Andrews Kurth, lives on.

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