Nine years after a 14-lawyer exodus led to the death of a prominent New Jersey bankruptcy firm, the partners left behind are nearing a climax of their efforts to exact revenge on the firm that wooed the defectors, Lowenstein Sandler.

An Essex County judge has scheduled an April trial in a suit charging that Lowenstein Sandler violated fair business practice rules and thieved financial secrets, knowing the recruitment would kill off Ravin, Sarasohn, Cook, Baumgarten, Fisch & Rosen in Roseland, N.J.

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