There is more bad news for an embattled litigator, formerly of Fort Lauderdale, as his former “director of litigation” is being investigated for allegedly practicing law in the State of Florida without a license.

This investigation is centered around Ankur Mehta, who, in a complaint filed with The Florida Bar by J.B. Harris, a Coral Gables attorney, was accused of being an unlicensed equity partner in all but name at the firm Howard & Associates in Fort Lauderdale.

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