Myles MacDonald, who had a promising career in bankruptcy law after graduating law school in 2015, now says he’s finished with the practice of law and is unsure what’s next for him.

MacDonald is being pursued in federal court by a former employer, Cole Schotz, over his alleged online dissemination of confidential client documents after he quit the firm in 2019. He also has hired a lawyer to seek compensation from Lowenstein Sandler for his efforts to bring in a new client while working there.

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