A group of former Ruden McClosky equity partners is trying to stall the proposed bankruptcy sale of the Fort Lauderdale firm’s assets to Greenspoon Marder.

“It appears the biggest opponent is going to be former shareholders that are owed money,” said Bart Houston, an attorney not affiliated with the shareholders who appeared at the first hearing in the case Wednesday.

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