Tower Snow Jr., the former chairman of Brobeck, Phleger & Harrison, is finally telling his story of the firm's collapse. In a court document filed with the San Francisco bankruptcy court last week, Snow responds to a $2.7 million suit filed against him by Brobeck's bankruptcy trustee, Ronald Greenspan. The filing contends that during Snow's four years as chairman he generated millions in revenue and that Brobeck was financially healthy at the time of Snow's expulsion in May 2002.
Ousted Leader Breaks Silence About Brobeck
May 5, 2005
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