Bakery chain Le Pain Quotidien‘s U.S. branch is making plans to sell to Aurify Brands LLC after filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, according to Connect New York. Through the sale, Le Pain Quotidien intends to keep 35 of its 98 U.S. store locations from closing. The chain is filing for bankruptcy in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware with Richards, Layton & Finger acting as legal counsel.

MandMarblestone, a third-party retirement plan administrator that worked with law firm Leventhal Sutton & Gornstein, is facing a suit from the firm after cybercriminals allegedly stole the entirety a Leventhal Sutton lawyer’s 401(k) account. According to Bloomberg Law, the plaintiff claims that MandMarblestone allowed criminals posing as Leventhal Sutton office administrators to withdraw funds from the account and is liable under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act. In response, MandMarblestone—represented by Dilworth Paxson—raised a counterclaim that alleges the firm is responsible for the theft.

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