Dewey Puts Employees on Notice for Termination; Banks Take Step to Secure Interest

, The Am Law Daily

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As partners continued to head for the doors and two days after Dewey & LeBoeuf's lead lender filed a lien against the firm, employees were told via memo late Friday that they are indeed in danger of being fired.

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  • Art M.

    Wow. Can you imagine what it must be like for staff - coming in to work and wondering what good - if anything - their work is doing? Alternatively, can you imagine what it must be like to be one of their clients?

  • James Hurst

    Truly excellent coverage on the Dewey situation. Following it closely.

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