Former Dewey Leader Davis Takes Steps to Protect Insurance Interests

, The Am Law Daily


With new lawyers from Kirkland & Ellis, former Dewey & LeBoeuf chairman Steven Davis on Tuesday moved for the second time in a week to ensure that he will be able to adequately defend himself against any claims he may face stemming from his lengthy tenure atop the now-defunct firm's hierarchy. In this instance, Davis aims to safeguard his stake in a $25 million insurance policy Dewey had on its former management and outside advisers.

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