In Pile of Motions, Dewey Advisers Make All-Out Push to Win Court Approval of Partner Settlement

, The Am Law Daily


In a move aimed in part at keeping control of the case, Dewey & LeBoeuf's bankruptcy advisers presented the court Wednesday with what they say is ample reason to approve the collection of more than $71 million from former Dewey partners for the benefit of the defunct law firm's estate.

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  • Eric

    God forbid anybody actually unbiased is appointed to oversee this. A fair outcome is not the American way - bribery and corruption - that's how we do business here.

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