The man widely considered to be the dean of bankruptcy attorneys, Harvey Miller, is thinking of leaving as vice chairman of investment bank Greenhill & Co. to make a return to the courtroom, according to sources.

Miller, who built Weil, Gotshal & Manges into a bankruptcy powerhouse, left the law firm in 2002 and joined Greenhill, which was making a push into more restructuring work.

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