A suit pitting former law firm partners against each other over a post-9/11 insurance payout will proceed, a New York judge has ruled. Ohrenstein & Brown had its offices in the World Trade Center when two of its employees were killed in the terrorist attacks. The firm later received about $10 million in insurance money -- but in a suit filed last year, two former partners charged that five other partners conspired to keep for themselves almost $4 million of that money, a huge windfall for the small firm.
Claims Proceed Against Law Firm Over 9/11 Payout
New York Law Journal
October 18, 2007
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