Saturday, July 21, 2007

Lawyers Eatting Each Other

Lawyers eating their own:
"A decision this week requiring Houston trial lawyer John O'Quinn to pay at least $35.7 million to former clients may be a harbinger of a legal trend — lawyer cannibalism.

'When I started suing other lawyers in 1981, no one else wanted to do it. But today, oh my God, everybody is competing for this business. They think it's a gold mine to sue other lawyers. The cannibalism metaphor really works here,' said Randy Johnston, a Dallas legal malpractice lawyer."
Gotta like that.


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