A law firm that represented the temporary receiver for Napoli Bern said in a Monday court filing that it still hasn’t been paid $151,000 in legal fees that were approved four years ago, protesting that Paul Napoli and Marc Bern have been stonewalling in its effort to get the money.
Ruskin Moscou Faltischek said in a letter to Mark Zauderer, a special referee who is sorting out disputes related to the breakup of the asbestos plaintiffs firm, that Napoli and Bern have taken the “unbelievable” line that their 11 partnerships that were supposed to pay its fees don’t even have bank accounts. The Ruskin firm wants to be heard at an upcoming hearing about the debt.
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