A New York state judge has rejected a request by partners of Selendy & Gay to halt Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan’s arbitration case against them, ordering the offshoot law firm to face Quinn Emanuel’s claims in arbitration.

Partners at Selendy & Gay had argued that Quinn Emanuel’s effort to make them turn over a share of the legal fees they took with them violated state ethics rules, but Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Saliann Scarpulla ruled this week she could not evaluate that dispute.

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