Heller Ehrman’s leaders discussed the firm’s “mortality” while assuring partners it was sound, and recruited more than five merger candidates by early 2008, including Mintz Levin, according to confidential creditors’ exhibits in bankruptcy mediation talks.

The documents provide details never before available that give clues to the inner workings of a failing law firm and expose embarrassing ironies.

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