NEW YORK, April 27- Bankruptcy lawyer Harvey Miller, who led Lehman Brothers through its record-breaking Chapter 11 case starting in 2008, has died at 82 after a battle with ALS, his law firm, Weil Gotshal& Manges, announced on Monday. After joining Weil in 1969, Miller built the firm's bankruptcy practice into a global powerhouse, playing key roles in the...» Read More
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