The LaBrum & Doak law firm bankruptcy — once a multi-million dollar, fractious court battle among dozens of disgruntled lawyers — has now boiled down to objections from just two former partners who say they should not be forced to contribute to pay off the firm’s debts.

Of the 34 former partners who were sued by the plan administrator for contributions, only two — John J. Seehousen and Jonathan D. Herbst — are appealing the orders by U.S. Bankruptcy Judge David A. Scholl.

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