A lawsuit initiated by former personal injury attorney Morris J. Eisen against a law firm that allegedly failed to pay him for work he performed on cases he referred to it when he was disbarred will go forward following a Manhattan judge’s denial of the firm’s motion to dismiss.

Eisen was disbarred in 1992 by the Appellate Division, 1st Department, based on his conviction the preceding year for racketeering.

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