Editors note: Molly Bowen contacted the Record and said her bar status has been corrected as of the morning of Jan. 9 and that her fee had been mistakenly applied to another account in the fall.
HOUSTON – Although Molly Bowen is listed as not eligible to practice law, the Mostyn Law attorney has her name attached to several recent civil filings.
As of Jan. 8, Bowen, who joined Mostyn Law in 2010, is listed as “not eligible to practice” on the State Bar of Texas website.
On Jan. 5, three motions for dismissal in Mostyn Law cases (Cause No. 2015-47044) against National Lloyds Insurance were filed in Harris County District Court, court records show.
All three motions state Bowen is representing the plaintiffs.
The Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct prohibits the practice of law by a lawyer whose right to practice has been administratively suspended.
In November, the Record reported on another Mostyn Law attorney, Caroline Maida, who was listed as not eligible to practice law on the Texas Bar site.
Firm founder Steve Mostyn committed suicide in November.
The following month, his widow, Amber Mostyn, announced the firm was shutting down its Beaumont and Austin offices only days before Christmas.