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  • Dewey to propose settlement to ex-partners

    Dealing with the aftermath hasn’t been any more fun than watching the ship sink. New York law firm Dewey & LeBoeuf still has a long way to go before its finished winding down from its May 28 bankruptcy filing.

  • Dewey’s 50 largest account debtors named

    The clock is ticking, and creditors are anxiously awaiting the moment when the checks arrive in the mail from defunct New York law firm Dewey & LeBoeuf. But first, the firm needs to call in all of its unpaid bills.

  • Dewey crusades for quick clawback settlement

    The hits keep coming for disgruntled former partners of the soon-to-be-defunct New York law firm Dewey & LeBoeuf. The firm’s bankruptcy team reportedly will present its former partners, whose earnings are subject to clawbacks, with an outline for how to settle claims with more than 5,000 creditors anxious to draw...

  • Former Dewey partner sues management, claims they were “running a Ponzi scheme”

    It was only a matter of time. Henry Bunsow, a former Dewey & LeBoeuf partner and IP litigation specialist who now has his own boutique firm, dropped the first publicly filed lawsuit from a former partner Tuesday in California Superior Court.

  • Dewey prepares for bankruptcy

    It appears as though Dewey & LeBoeuf’s hiring of bankruptcy counsel Albert Togut in April really was foreshadowing for a final filing. Despite many assertions to the contrary by firm leadership, of which all save for one already has jumped ship, the Wall Street Journal reported Friday that the New...

  • N.Y. prosecutors probe Dewey & LeBoeuf, firm cuts ties with executive

    Things continue to look bad for New York law firm Dewey & LeBoeuf. Over the weekend, reports surfaced that New York prosecutors are investigating the beleaguered firm over allegations of wrongdoing by Steven Davis, formerly firm chairman and, until yesterday, part of its recently appointed five-person management team.

  • Dewey & LeBoeuf plans to sublease executive floor

    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.

  • Dewey & LeBoeuf hires bankruptcy counsel

    The dark cloud hanging over New York law firm Dewey & LeBoeuf could be developing from cumulonimbus to supercell.

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