Things just got a little more complicated in the Heller bankruptcy. Namely, it’s now the Heller bankruptcies.

In a move that may do nothing more than add a layer of complication and delay, a former Heller shareholder has forced nine corporations that made up Heller Ehrman LLP into bankruptcy, including Heller Ehrman Hong Kong, Heller Ehrman Europe and corporations in various states like California which technically employed Heller’s partners.

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