As Retirees Push for Trustee, Dewey Advisers Try New Bait to Woo Partners to Settlement Plan

, The Am Law Daily


A day after a group of retired LeBoeuf, Lamb, Greene & MacRae partners asked that a trustee or examiner be named to oversee the Dewey & LeBoeuf bankruptcy, the defunct firm's advisers on Thursday offered up several modest incentives in their latest bid to win support for a $90.4 million settlement proposal designed, in part, to keep an outsider from taking control of the case.

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