CKR Law, a New York-based law firm that boasts of a “global presence,” has experienced a “cash flow crunch” this year and has struggled to pay its partners, according to sources and internal firm emails.

The law firm, led by former Blank Rome partner Jeffrey Rinde, has grown at a rapid clip since its founding in 2014. Its website lists more than 200 lawyers across nearly 50 locations, specializing in “complex, international and cross-border transactions, disputes and legal challenges.”

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