Attorney(s) appearing for the Case
J. Morton Rosenblum, of Manchester, N. H., for bankrupt.
Charles Tobey, Jr., of Concord, N. H., for creditors.
District Court, D. New Hampshire.
MORRIS, District Judge.
On February 18, 1942, the Stark Shoe Company, Inc., made a common law assignment to J. Morton Rosenblum, its attorney, An involuntary petition in bankruptcy was filed against the Company June 16, 1942. Adjudication and reference followed in due course. At the first meeting of creditors, July 23, 1942, the assignee presented his account for services and expenses for which he claimed credit. The Referee disallowed a portion of the account and...
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