Nothing keeps people happy like a fat wallet. And no one can ever accuse bankrupt New York law firm Dewey & LeBoeuf of being shy when it came to promises of doling out ducats.
Now, the firm announced that it wants to dangle a carrot in front of its remaining 52 employees. Dewey hopes to pay its remaining workers up to $700,000 in bonuses in an effort to keep them happy and stick out however long it will take to finish dismantling what’s left of the defunct firm.
Judge Martin Glenn of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Manhattan will consider Dewey’s request on July 25.