Eminent divorce lawyer Elliot Gourvitz’s bankruptcy is nearly over, now that a settlement has resolved most creditors’ claims and a trustee’s action to block the discharges is resolved.

But his largest unsecured creditor — the law firm that represented his former secretary in a discrimination suit � is pressing a claim for legal fees that must be resolved before the discharge is final.

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