Eight years after its collapse, the law firm Heller Ehrman is still battling over the legal fees earned by departed partners.

In a brief filed Tuesday in California Supreme Court, a lawyer for the now-defunct firm argued that a dissolved law firm can recover its former partners’ hourly fees once they are at a new firm if the fees were earned for a matter that was in progress when the old firm disbanded.

Christopher Sullivan.

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