A Philadelphia judge is scheduled to hear arguments this week involving three cases filed by and against personal injury firm Anapol Schwartz Weiss Cohan Feldman & Smalley and a former partner and associate.

In Anapol Schwartz v. Levin, filed Dec. 31, 2009, Anapol Schwartz claims former longtime shareholder Howard J. Levin violated the shareholders agreement by not agreeing to share fees or pay back advanced costs related to 22 cases he took with him after the majority shareholders voted him out of the firm effective Dec. 31, according to the complaint.

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