New trouble for Carlton Fields, embroiled in malpractice litigation alleging it represented opposing interests in a business deal involving Attorney’s Title Insurance Fund, or ATIF.

Now, in a motion filed Friday, Dan Stermer, the creditor trustee in ATIF’s bankruptcy case, argued that Carlton Fields is violating a plan injunction by challenging his standing to pursue the legal malpractice claims.

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