In a long, contentious deposition, Charles Lichtman of Berger Singerman, representing the law firm’s bankruptcy trustee, made it clear he did not believe Adler.
“Didn’t you feel you had any fiduciary duty as a name partner and vice president?” Lichtman asked.
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