Wigdor is seeking a cease-and-desist order against a defendant in the Fox News defamation lawsuit the firm brought, and subsequently withdrew from, on behalf of former network contributor Rod Wheeler.

Partners from Wigdor claim Ed Butowsky, the Dallas financial adviser and an occasional guest to Fox cable properties, left threatening phone calls for the firm’s namesake, asking to meet in person because he believes they have “got a lot of stuff we need to work out, Doug.”

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