The Dewey Scene: Moving Trucks, Depressed Employees, and Attention-Seeking Artist

, The Am Law Daily

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On Monday early afternoon, there was a feeling of sadness in front of Dewey & LeBoeuf's offices, but there was also some weirdness. A half-dozen red moving trucks pulled up to Dewey's loading dock, while passersby commented on a large impressionistic painting of ousted chairman Steven Davis.

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  • Ex DLer

    The 14-year staffer is correct. A past CMO, brought in by Ralph, actually made the comment in a marketing staff meeting, "The firm doesn't care about staff" trying to make it sound like a joke. It landed on the conference table like a lead balloon. It wasn't funny; we knew it was true. With that said, in this instance the lawyers were kept in the dark as much as the staff. And treated just as badly. Even many partners. And, of course Frank is staying all the way to the end. He knows where all the money went.

  • Merci

    Mr. Raymond should return to 1301 on Friday, May 11, when 90% of support staff lose their jobs. He'd probably get lots of comments from them.

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