Dewey Filing Delineates Firm's Financial Affairs, Potential Merger Partners

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The Dewey & LeBoeuf bankruptcy yielded an information-rich gem late Thursday, when advisers overseeing the defunct firm's trip through Chapter 11 filed a 355-page financial statement detailing various payments made amid Dewey's death spiral, gross revenue figures for certain debtor entities in 2010 and 2011, and the identities of the six potential merger partners that reviewed the firm's audited financial reports ahead of its collapse.

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