Trio of Former Dewey Leaders Try to Shed Fraud Suit

, The Am Law Daily

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In a California state court filing submitted Thursday, former Dewey & LeBoeuf chairman Steven Davis, former Dewey executive director Stephen DiCarmine, and ex-firm CFO Joel Sanders argue that a lawsuit filed against them by former Dewey partner Henry Bunsow should be moved into bankruptcy court and the defunct firm named as the defendant.

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  • Lulaine

    This is exactly the situation those closest to the situation wanted to avoid. The partners who contributed to the firm have a right to get what's owed to them. Especially since it looks like they walked into a situation not of their making and have lost their money and their time which costs money. To sue the firm would be for nothing and would waste everyone's time but suing the five main partners can be beneficial. http://www.legalfunding.com/

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