Houston’s Fourteenth Court of Appeals has affirmed a trial court judgment that a prominent plaintiffs attorney did not breach his fiduciary duty to six former clients by charging them unreasonable expenses in a $339 million settlement with a drug manufacturer.

However, the court ruled in a separate decision that the lawyer can’t use that successful judgment to block similar claims filed against him by nearly 4,000 other former clients.

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