Three Houston-area doctors and an anesthesia company filed a malpractice lawsuit on May 22 seeking more than $1.8 million in damages from Gordon Rees Scully Mansukhani and three of its Houston lawyers. The plaintiffs allege that the defendants drafted a “woefully inadequate” settlement agreement in a business dispute that led to further, costly litigation.

The plaintiffs bring negligence and breach of fiduciary duty causes of action against Gordon Rees, Houston managing partner Joseph DiCecco, partner Glenn LeMay and senior counsel Christopher Raney, alleging that they “haphazardly” drafted a inadequate settlement agreement at the end of a long mediation.

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