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Dewey & LeBoeuf is a New York-based law firm. According to the National Law Journal's 2012 NLJ 350 ranking of firms based on size, Dewey & LeBoeuf has 1040 attorneys and is the 20th largest firm in the United States. With $782,000,000 in gross revenue in 2011, the firm placed 28th on The American Lawyer's 2012 Am Law 200 ranking. On the 2010 Global 100 survey, Dewey & LeBoeuf ranked as the 26th highest grossing law firm in the world. The firm has offices in CA, CO, CT, DC, FL, IL, MA, NC, NJ, NY, OR, PA, TX and UT.
Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP filed for Chapter 11 on Monday, May 28, in federal bankruptcy court in Manhattan. The firm’s problems precipitated a rash of defections, with more than 160 of the firm's 300 partners resigning in three months according to the filing.
In the News
Nell Gluckman : The Am Law Daily : October 08, 2015
After throwing out part of the criminal case against Dewey & LeBoeuf's former leaders on Wednesday and getting a jolt from the judge, the jury went home Thursday without a peep.
Christine Simmons : New York Law Journal : October 08, 2015
One of the 12 jurors weighing the criminal charges against three Dewey & LeBoeuf executives reported Wednesday she was in the emergency room, delaying discussions among the attorneys on how to respond to the jury's note that they were deadlocked.
Katelyn Polantz : The National Law Journal : October 08, 2015
The Dewey & LeBoeuf trial limps toward the finish with a partial acquittal. Will the jury hang? This is a round-up of legal news from ALM and around the country.
Julie Triedman : New York Law Journal : October 08, 2015
Reactions among several longtime New York-based white-collar counsel was unanimous: Wednesday's partial verdict acquitting three former Dewey & LeBoeuf executives on multiple counts of falsifying business records is very good news for the defense.
Christine Simmons and Nell Gluckman : New York Law Journal : October 08, 2015
A Manhattan jury found Dewey & LeBoeuf chairman Steven Davis, executive director Stephen DiCarmine and chief financial officer Joel Sanders not guilty Wednesday on some of the felony charges facing the firm's former leaders, but the jury was ordered to keep deliberating on the remaining counts.
Nell Gluckman : New York Law Journal : October 07, 2015
The jury deliberating in the trial of the former top executives of the now-defunct Dewey & LeBoeuf said in a note Tuesday that they could not agree on most of the charges against the defendants. Acting Supreme Court Justice Robert Stolz told them just after 4 p.m. to continue working and that he would respond in greater detail Wednesday morning.
Mike Scarcella : Legal Times : October 07, 2015
Reflections from a King & Spalding associate on his first argument in the Supreme Court. The D.C. Circuit clears a path for U.S. District Judge Richard Leon to again rule against the feds in a suit over NSA surveillance. The jury in the Dewey & LeBouef trial is struggling to reach a verdict. And a consumer agency wants to make it easier to bring class actions against financial firms. This is a news roundup from ALM and other publications.
Julie Triedman : The Am Law Daily : October 07, 2015
In the white-collar defense bar, the feeling was awfully bullish for Dewey & LeBoeuf's former leaders after Wednesday's partial verdict.
Christine Simmons and Nell Gluckman : The Am Law Daily : October 07, 2015
The Manhattan jury hearing the the criminal case against Dewey & LeBoeuf's former leaders acquitted them of several counts, but many of the most serious charges remain.
: New York Law Journal : October 07, 2015
Read about the latest developments in the trial of former Dewey & LeBoeuf execs Steven Davis, Stephen DiCarmine and Joel Sanders, who are charged with accounting-related misconduct that contributed to the firm's 2012 demise.
Christine Simmons : New York Law Journal : October 06, 2015
Jurors in the criminal case against Dewey & LeBoeuf leaders on Monday considered the testimony of a key witness relating to accounting adjustments.
Nell Gluckman : The Am Law Daily : October 06, 2015
Jurors deliberating in the criminal case against three former leaders of Dewey & LeBoeuf told a judge that they're unable to agree on a majority of the charges against the defendants.
Nell Gluckman : The American Lawyer : October 05, 2015
The prospect of hearing whether the jury in the case against the former Dewey & LeBoeuf leaders has reached a partial verdict was taken off the table Friday, at least for now. The day ended without a verdict or word from the jury, except for a request for more Post-It notes.
Christine Simmons : The Am Law Daily : October 05, 2015
Jurors in the criminal case against three former Dewey & LeBoeuf leaders considered Monday a key witness's testimony relating to accounting adjustments at the now-defunct Am Law 100 firm.
Nell Gluckman : The Am Law Daily : October 02, 2015
The judge in the criminal case of three former Dewey & LeBoeuf executives will not ask a jury whether they've reached a partial verdict in the nearly four-month trial, though he raised the possibility of doing so.
Christine Simmons : New York Law Journal : October 02, 2015
After a silent day of jury deliberations in the criminal case against three Dewey & LeBoeuf executives, Acting Supreme Court Justice Robert Stolz told the attorneys in the case that he was considering asking jurors if they had reached a partial verdict.
Nell Gluckman : New York Law Journal : October 01, 2015
The jury deliberating the fate of former leaders of Dewey & LeBoeuf did not reach a verdict Wednesday, but in a possible sign of progress, they asked Acting Supreme Count Justice Robert Stolz to reread the elements of the conspiracy charge.
Christine Simmons : The Am Law Daily : October 01, 2015
After asking if he should ask jurors if they have reached a partial verdict, a judge in the Dewey & LeBoeuf criminal trial also gave lawyers in the case a draft question on charging the jury, to see if jurors have reached a decision on any count or decision.
Nell Gluckman : The Am Law Daily : September 30, 2015
At the end of the ninth full day of deliberations in the Dewey & LeBoeuf criminal trial, jurors asked a judge to reread a conspiracy charge, a sign that they could be making progress toward a verdict.
Patience Haggin and Brian Baxter : The Am Law Daily : September 30, 2015
Consultants, recruiters and former partners weigh in on what Chadbourne & Parke and Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman stand to gain by merging with one another.
Christine Simmons : New York Law Journal : September 30, 2015
The jury weighing the criminal charges against three Dewey & LeBoeuf executives continued to show signs of confusion and possibly division Tuesday, asking the judge to explain the definition of "deliberation" and the role of jurors. Meanwhile, it asked to see all defense exhibits and hear a defense attorney's closing statement.
Nell Gluckman : The American Lawyer : September 29, 2015
About an hour into their seventh full day deliberating, the Dewey jury asked Acting Supreme Court Justice Robert Stolz whether there is a set procedure in the case of undecided jurors. Stolz said there are no fixed procedures, but they must "give every juror an equal opportunity to express his or her views."
Brian Baxter : The Am Law Daily : September 29, 2015
With the 2015-2016 National Basketball Association season set to tip off on Oct. 27, the league's players union—led by an ex-Skadden litigation partner—filed its annual financial statement Tuesday with the U.S. Department of Labor.
Christine Simmons : The Am Law Daily : September 29, 2015
The jury weighing criminal charges against three Dewey & LeBoeuf executives continued to show signs of confusion and possibly division on Tuesday, asking a New York judge to explain the definition of "deliberation" and their role as jurors.
Christine Simmons : New York Law Journal : September 28, 2015
After a more than a week of deliberations, jurors in the criminal trial against three Dewey & LeBoeuf executives left the courthouse Friday without a verdict.
Nell Gluckman : The Am Law Daily : September 28, 2015
Jurors showed signs Monday that they were straining to understand their obligations, much less to reach a consensus regarding the guilt of Dewey & LeBoeuf's former leaders.
Christine Simmons : The Am Law Daily : September 25, 2015
After more than a week of deliberations, jurors in the criminal trial of three former Dewey & LeBoeuf executives left a New York courthouse Friday without a verdict.
Nell Gluckman : The American Lawyer : September 25, 2015
The panel of seven women and five men deciding the fate of Steven Davis, Stephen DiCarmine and Joel Sanders requested more exhibits and asked to re-hear one of the five charges against the defendants.
Steven J. Harper : The Am Law Daily : September 25, 2015
The Dewey & LeBoeuf trial obscured the most important lessons to be learned from the firm's collapse.
Mike Scarcella : Legal Times : September 25, 2015
Justice Samuel Alito Jr. comments on a now-classic YouTube clip of the justices: "I got the best dog." Pope Francis is popemobiling around Manhattan now after calling for an end to the death penalty. A Pennsylvania federal trial judge says the government can't force a person to disclose a password for a smartphone. And election law experts question whether a Donald Trump cease-and-desist order, written on his company's letterhead, ran afoul of federal election rules. This is a roundup from ALM and other publications.