Former Heller Ehrman Chairman Matthew Larrabee is vowing to fight allegations by the defunct firm’s creditors that it pumped up its profits in early 2008 and then tried to cover it up.

“The assertions in the Creditors’ Committee report are without merit and are not supported by citations to any source,” Larrabee said in an e-mailed statement. “These claims will be vigorously defended at the appropriate time.”

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