Howrey Trustee to Former Partners: “Cut Deals or I'm Suing You”

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Nearly two years after Howrey went under, the trustee overseeing the firm's Chapter 11 bankruptcy is ramping up his efforts to recover tens of millions of dollars from former partners and the firms they moved to.

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  • Michael St. James

    Not all bankruptcy cases are pending in Manhattan. The Howrey case is pending in San Francisco, and the Judge handling that case, who addressed the quoted remark to Bill McGrane, was Judge Dennis Montali, not Judge Martin Glenn. A little more care in the reporting?

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