Dewey & LeBoeuf plans to sublease executive floor

If it does so, the floundering firm could recoup a couple million dollars per year

Sometimes every little bit helps. Struggling New York law firm Dewey & LeBoeuf is reportedly planning to sublease the executive floor of its Manhattan headquarters in an effort to mitigate its mountain of debt.

News broke yesterday that Dewey, which has seen an exodus of partners since the start of the year as if the building were on fire, plans to sublease the 43rd floor of its 1301 6th Ave. office. The executive floor, which spans about 43,000 square feet, offers views of Central Park.

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