Employment litigator Jeffrey Liddle’s law firm was put in the hands of a Chapter 11 bankruptcy trustee Thursday after his adversaries argued that he was taking too long to close the firm.

U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Sean Lane of the Southern District of New York made the appointment during a lengthy hearing, following accusations by Liddle that lender Counsel Financial had tried to engineer a forced marriage of his firm with Milberg.

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