A California appeal court has revived an attempt to hold Los Angeles’ Christensen, Glaser, Fink, Jacobs, Weil & Shapiro liable for the removal of 12 cash-stuffed duffel bags from a Palm Springs, Calif., condo 10 years ago.

The suit, filed by a receiver for a company called PCO Inc., contends that name partner Robert Shapiro helped PCO’s former president David Laing arrange to have as much $6 million in cash removed from his home so he could post bail and pay Shapiro’s fees. The cash grab was allegedly designed to beat a judge’s order freezing Laing’s assets.

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