With a long-awaited $158.6 million dairy class action settlement finally agreed upon, and a bankruptcy judge certifying a class of former employees seeking to pursue claims against Howrey, a trustee overseeing the firm's Chapter 11 case is now seeking information on an assignment the defunct Am Law 100 firm sought to pursue after its 2011 dissolution: a multimillion dollar legal services contract for New York State's lifeless North Country Power Authority.
North Country for Old Howrey Men
The Am Law Daily
January 23, 2013
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