Dewey Advisers Fight to Keep Bankruptcy on Course as DiCarmine, Others Subpoenaed to Testify

, The Am Law Daily


In what may be the final week of the Dewey & LeBoeuf bankruptcy before the defunct firm's Chapter 11 liquidation plan is approved, an emergency hearing was held Wednesday to weigh last-minute discovery requests made by two former firm partners challenging that plan. Among other things, the judge overseeing the case ordered former Dewey executive director Stephen DiCarmine to appear in court next week.

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