Nearly two years ago, noted bankruptcy attorney Myles Alderman Jr. left the small, Hartford-based firm he founded in 1992 to chair the insolvency department at 90-attorney Halloran & Sage. Though Alderman said he enjoyed the experience of working at a bigger firm, he’s headed home.

Alderman has announced he is returning to practice with his former colleagues as the managing partner of Alderman & Alderman. The firm has opened new offices in Hartford at City Place II and also has offices in New York City and Washington, D.C.

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