The judge in Heller Ehrman’s bankruptcy has ordered mediation between the firm’s creditors and its former shareholders, the first sign that shareholders might come to the table to iron out an ending to the nine-month-old bankruptcy.

The talks are slated to take place on Oct. 30 and Nov. 16. Also, Judge Dennis Montali ordered each side to file settlement conference statements confidentially with the moderator, Judge Randall Newsome, by later this month.

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