Stung by First Jury, Prosecutors Pin Hopes on Dewey Retrial

Once again, New York prosecutors are aiming to persuade a jury that top executives at Dewey & LeBoeuf lied to investors and lenders about the firm's financial condition before its implosion in 2012. After a mistrial was declared in 2015, prosecutors and their adversaries finally return to court Monday in Manhattan for jury selection.

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