Criminal charges coming against former Dewey top managers

Three managers are expected to be charged with alleged fraud relating to the firm’s collapse

Almost two years after law firm Dewey & LeBeouf filed for Chapter 11 protection under the Bankruptcy Code, criminal charges against three top managers of the failed firm are expected to be unsealed as early as March 6.

Former executive director Stephen DiCarmine and two others whose identity the Wall Street Journal could not confirm are expected to be charged with alleged fraud relating to the firm’s collapse. The charges will be announced by the Manhattan district attorney's office and the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

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