In more litigation stemming from its sudden collapse, defunct firm Sedgwick is facing a $23 million lawsuit from its landlord in Manhattan’s Financial District.

Sedgwick, an Am Law 200 firm that closed its doors in the last year, was already grappling with a potential judgment for more than $450,000 in a dispute with the landlord of its former Chicago office.

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