A plaintiff has sued the firm that represented him in a divorce, among others, alleging that the defendants failed to respond adequately to a post-divorce decree summary judgment motion and as a result a $99,000 judgment was entered against him. Plaintiff Steven Lewis also alleges the defendants — Bailey & Galyen, partner R. Keith Spencer, and Phillip Galyen PC — neglected to notify him of that judgment, which resulted in three sanctions orders entered against Lewis. According to the petition, Bailey & Galyen and Phillip Galyen PC sometimes are referred to collectively as the “Firm.”
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