The beleaguered attorney for the Miccosukee tribe testified he used an open house brochure in determining whether to file a $26 million racketeering lawsuit against Miami attorney Guy Lewis’ law firm, among other factors.

Lewis, a former interim U.S. attorney, represented the tribe along with law partner Michael Tein of Lewis Tein and Dexter Lehtinen’s former law firm.

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