This story originally appeared in sister publication The Am Law Litigation Daily.

An appeals court has revived allegations that a former Bingham McCutchen lawyer acted in bad faith by withholding evidence that would have supported investor claims against the firm’s client Merrill Lynch & Co Inc. Bingham’s opposing counsel said in an interview the ruling could put the firm on the hook for a large monetary sanction.

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