Brown Rudnick, Kasowitz Attorneys Join Legal Gaggle in Dewey Chapter 11 Case

, The Am Law Daily


A pair of committees appointed by the U.S. trustee's office to represent parties pressing claims in the largest law firm bankruptcy in U.S. history—one composed of Dewey's unsecured creditors, the other made up of former firm partners—have tapped the Am Law 200 firms to advise them throughout the proceedings.

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  • Interested Observer

    The next battleground in the Dewey wars: Breach of fiduciary duty claims.

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