The day he read about the law license suspension for Adorno & Yoss founder and CEO Henry "Hank" Adorno, Miami attorney Larry Kellogg immediately moved to garnish the law firm’s bank account for a $1.5 million judgment in a malpractice case.

"I was worried," said Kellogg of Levine Kellogg Lehman Schneider & Grossman. "If the firm went out of business, my clients would be out that money."

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