By Rose Krebs (Oct. 1, 2021, 12:55 p.m. EDT) – A federal judge on Wednesday upheld rulings by the Delaware Bankruptcy Court disqualifying and sanctioning a law firm for failing to disclose that it was using a “fictitious trade name” when served acted as special advisor to debtors who held ownership interests in an office building.
In a 58-page opinion, U.S. District Judge Colm F. Connolly upheld bankruptcy court rulings that sanctioned Rubin & Rubin PA by ordering it to pay $ 55,000 to the defendants in an adversarial lawsuit and disqualify and deduct any fees paid to her or owed for his work as a special investigator.
The bankruptcy court …
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