Texas Bankruptcy Judge Cuts Claims Against Johnson DeLuca

Law360, Houston (September 19, 2014, 7:37 PM ET) — A Texas bankruptcy judge on Thursday cut claims from a $10 million malpractice suit that alleges Johnson DeLuca Kennedy & Kurisky PC should not have advised a former hospital owner to file for Chapter 11, but he stopped short of dismissing the case.

U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Jeff Bohm ruled that while Marty McVey and his investment company cannot pursue claims that he lost millions when a deal to sell the defunct Spring Branch Medical Center fell through as a result of the bankruptcy, he can sue Johnson DeLuca for allegedly allowing creditors to go after him for $2.6 million of the hospital’s debt.

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