The defunct law firm Sedgwick asked a federal bankruptcy judge Thursday to approve a clawback settlement with 45 former partners who have agreed to return a total of $1.595 million paid to them during the firm’s 2017 collapse.

27-page filing by the firm’s bankruptcy counsel indicates that certain partners who are not part of the settlement might still be vulnerable to breach of fiduciary duty claims.

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