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Houston litigation funder Virage Master won a $6.04 million judgment against trial lawyer B. Gregg Price after Price’s defense lawyer received conflicting information about court hearings at a time when COVID-19 stay-home orders were coming out. Now, the suit is raising questions about how government orders related to court operations, issued as governors asked people to shelter in place, affected litigation.

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Brenda Sapino Jeffreys

Senior reporter Brenda Sapino Jeffreys covers the business of law in Texas. Contact her at [email protected] On Twitter: @BrendaSJeffreys

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