Heller Ehrman’s former employees are demanding better representation on the bankrupt estate’s unsecured creditors committee because of what they call a lack of aggressiveness in pursuing former shareholders and collecting accounts receivable.

The employees say they “lack an adequate voice on the committee” and are demanding that the U.S. Trustee appoint a former Heller employee to the committee who is not a former shareholder “nor aligned with former shareholder interests.”

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