Shuttered law firm Dickstein Shapiro is suing Estee Lauder Inc. and Reed Smith over $1.42 million in legal fees, claiming they have failed to honor a prior payment contract and a fee-sharing arrangement executed before Dickstein collapsed.

Dickstein, represented by bankruptcy attorneys at Klestadt Winters Jureller Southard & Stevens, has been in liquidation since February 2016, following significant partner defections.

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