This story has been updated with a response from Akin Gump.

Lawyers at Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld allegedly took advantage of a troubled CEO and looted his internet domain business, using the company’s money to pay for personal expenses that included a family vacation in the Cayman Islands and nearly $3,000 in Broadway tickets, according to a new legal malpractice lawsuit filed Thursday in New York state court.

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