An arbitration panel has ordered the firm of Houston plaintiffs lawyer John M. O’Quinn to pay $35.7 million in damages to a class of 3,450 former breast implant clients who allege the firm overcharged them for expenses.

With interest and attorney fees, the order calls for O’Quinn’s firm to pay as much as $58 million to the plaintiffs and their attorneys. The O’Quinn Law Firm was formerly known by several names, but the arbitrators refer to the firm throughout the order as “O’Quinn.”

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