NYC attorney, practice sued by client for failing to transfer case file to Houston-based counsel

By John Suayan | Feb 1, 2019

HOUSTON – Six Dimensions, Inc. hopes a lawsuit will prod its former legal counsel to timely transfer its file to its new counsel.

Recent Harris County District Court records show that the New York corporation sued New York City attorney John P. Bostany and his practice, The Bostany Law Firm, PLLC, in the 152nd District Court.

Six Dimensions originally hired the defendants to represent it in a federal suit in Houston, but on Jan. 24, the plaintiff informed the latter it had retained new primary counsel that is local, the suit says.

According to the original petition, the respondents were instructed to work with the new counsel to transition the case file so the prosecution of the suit could continue to move forward. The complainant reportedly requested that the file transfer be executed by Feb. 5.

“The defendants have refused to cooperate with the plaintiff and their new primary counsel to facilitate the file transfer,” court papers say.

Consequently, Six Dimensions seeks unspecified monetary damages and a jury trial.

It is represented by Steven M. Duble of the Law Offices of Steven M. Duble in Houston.

Harris County 152nd District Court Case No. 2019-07568

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