Former King & Spalding associate David Joffe, who accused partners at the Am Law 100 firm of unethical conduct while representing Chinese telecommunications giant ZTE Corp., cleared a hurdle in June in his wrongful termination suit against the firm.

But now a dust-up with lawyers representing him in the case is likely to delay the litigation, as the attorney-client relationship has broken down, according to court papers.

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