The debtor in a Florida bankruptcy case must turn over privileged communications and documents from former counsel at Carlton Fields in litigation involving a transaction that has exposed the Am Law 200 firm to a malpractice lawsuit.

Florida title company ATIF Inc. came out on the losing end of a creditor trustee’s motion to compel discovery of the communications between ATIF and Carlton Fields, which worked on negotiations in a joint venture agreement.

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