A lawsuit pitting former law firm partners against each other over a post-9/11 insurance payout will proceed, a state judge has ruled.

Insurance defense firm Ohrenstein & Brown had its offices on the 85th floor of the World Trade Center’s North Tower and two of the firm’s employees were killed in the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. Afterward, the firm received around $10 million in insurance money.

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