Proposed Bonus Plan for Dewey's Remaining Employees Scrutinized

, The Am Law Daily

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A bankruptcy judge on Wednesday gave Dewey & LeBoeuf's advisers a day to provide him with more information about why he should approve a plan that would earmark a total of $700,000 for employees of the defunct firm who have stayed on to help wind down its operations.

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  • Former Dewey Associate

    Sarah Randazzo has done a great job on reporting developments in the Dewey debacle. This is a good example of firsr rate journalism. Keep up the good work and maybe you can make a book out of it.It certainly calls for one.

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