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Loeb & Loeb must comply with a subpoena in a Delaware bankruptcy proceeding, but would not have to foot the entire bill for producing a trove of records related to work it did on behalf of an ex-client, a Manhattan federal judge has ruled.

Tom McParland

Tom McParland of Delaware Law Weekly can be contacted at 215-557-2485 or at tmcparland@alm.com. Follow him on Twitter @TMcParlandTLI.

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