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Appellants in this case, all plaintiffs below, are Sue Spera, James Surowka, Joan Tully, William Tully, Matthew Uto, Harry White, Richard Wood, Nelson Eppert, Helen Groves, Erwin Irmscher, James Keily, Ann Keily, Joseph Langley, and Richard Shore (collectively, the "Spera Plaintiffs"or "Appellants"). Appellees, all defendants below, are individual attorneys George M. Fleming, Mark Hovenkamp, John L. Grayson, and the law firm which bears their names, Fleming, Hovenkamp & Grayson, P.C. (collectively, "FH&G" or "Appellees"). In the trial court, the Spera Plaintiffs complained that FH&G breached its fiduciary duty and otherwise committed legal malpractice by seeking excessive attorneys fees and by failing to timely disclose a conflict of interest between the firm and its clients. In nine points of error, Appellants argue that the trial court erred in granting FH&Gs motion for summary judgment. For the reasons set out below, we affirm, in part, and reverse and remand, in part.