A Houston criminal defense attorney recently won a multimillion-dollar jury verdict in an unusual civil fraud case against a company that — under pressure from a U.S. Attorney’s Office — refused to pay his attorney fees for representing its accounting executive despite company bylaws providing for payment.

Texas State District Judge Sharolyn Wood on May 25 entered judgment on the jury’s $2.5 million verdict against the energy company, Dynegy Inc.

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