Jeffrey Liddle, the employment lawyer known for representing finance professionals, has filed for bankruptcy and is being pursued by creditors for more than $10 million, including law firms that haven’t gotten paid.

His law firm, Liddle & Robinson, hasn’t filed for bankruptcy, but Liddle said in his own Chapter 11 filing last month that he did business as the firm and that he planned to file a separate case on his firm’s behalf ”as soon as practicable.” More recently, he was less committal, writing in court papers in April that he was “reviewing the need to file a separate bankruptcy case” for Liddle & Robinson.

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