Roundly cast as the chief culprit in Dewey & LeBoeuf's collapse, Steven Davis agreed last week to pay the bankrupt firm's estate $511,145 as part of a broader settlement that protects him against potential mismanagement claims. Thanks to a key clause contained in that settlement, though, it's possible Davis could end up not paying the estate a penny.
Come 2019, Any Debt Ex-Dewey Chair Owes Firm Vanishes
The Am Law Daily
April 30, 2013
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