Duane Morris, ordered out of a local arbitration proceeding last year after being sued by health care giant McKesson Corp. over a conflict of interest, has filed a motion for a new trial and asked that a permanent injunction against it be lifted.

McKesson contends that because Duane Morris represented one of its subsidiaries in a Pennsylvania bankruptcy case, it is barred from representing an Atlanta couple suing another McKesson subsidiary.

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