Cole Schotz has obtained a restraining order against a former associate of the firm who allegedly used social media to disseminate confidential documents belonging to the firm and its clients.

But the attorney paints a different picture. In online postings, Myles MacDonald, a former bankruptcy associate in the firm’s Wilmington, Delaware, office, discusses what appears to be an awakening—and dissatisfaction with his work.

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