Hilton Stein, the once dean of legal -malpractice lawyers who went bankrupt and has been on disability inactive status since 2002, is fighting to stave off trial of a nearly 10-year-old suit by a former client.

The case, Mehta v. Stein, Bankr. No. 02-04013, came alive in April, when U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Donald Steckroth denied Stein’s motion for summary judgment — five years after it was filed. Trial has been scheduled for Nov. 10.

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