Alan Peppard has more details this morning on the Big Rich Texas lawsuit. My favorite tidbit:
Carter Boisvert, a lawyer in Friedman’s firm, says that part of that effort included contactingÂ D Magazine Partners chairman and editor-in-chief Wick Allison to have offending statements about Duarte removed from FrontRow.
“We sent a letter to Mr. Allison asking that he do that,” Boisvert said.
“I never received any letter or complaint,” Allison said on Wednesday afternoon. “If anyone says I have, I’d love to see proof.”
Friedman eventually provided a copy of a March 21 certified letter to Allison formally requesting the removal of specific disparaging remarks about Duarte from FrontRow. It’s below. But it should be noted: Friedman sent the letter to the magazine’s old offices on Oak Lawn, not its downtown Dallas digs at 750 N. St. Paul Street — whereÂ D‘s been perched since October 2009.