The shutdown comes less than five months after founder Henry “Hank” Adorno’s law license was suspended for his mishandling of a $7 million settlement in a class action lawsuit over Miami’s unconstitutional fire fee.

The firm reorganized and dropped Adorno’s name last October, but since then, paychecks bounced, offices closed, practice group leaders departed, attorneys and staff were laid off and vendors sued over unpaid bills.

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