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Summary: There is still controversy over what evidence that Acting Justice Robert Stolz will allow Dewey defense to introduce to the Jury in this case. Prior to the trial of the former Dewey & LeBoeuf executives, on Tuesday a New…>read moreNo Comment April 2, 2015
The aftermath of Dewey & LeBoeuf’s epic collapse, the largest law firm bankruptcy in U.S. history, continues to stir the waters. Three figures in particular, Dewey’s ex-chief financial officer, Joel Sanders, former executive director, Stephen DiCarmine, and former chairman Steven…>read moreNo Comment July 23, 2014
Manhattan prosecutors seeking criminal charges against former leaders of Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP have asked a bankruptcy court judge to slow the case down against two defendants, according to The Wall Street Journal. The request was filed in Wednesday by…>read moreNo Comment July 14, 2014
Liquidating trustee of Dewey & LeBoeuf, Alan Jacobs, is arguing that his clawback lawsuit against two former law firm heads should not be stayed as they face criminal charges, according to The New York Law Journal. “The trustee’s urgency in…>read moreNo Comment July 9, 2014
New allegations have been brought against two former executives from Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP by the bankruptcy trustee who is unwinding the defunct firm, according to The Wall Street Journal. The lawsuit asks for the return of $21.8 million the…>read moreNo Comment June 11, 2014
It is expected that three former top executives from defunct law firm Dewey & LeBoeuf will be charged Thursday with misleading other lawyers and lenders about the firm’s financial health, according to the New York Times. Cyrus Vance Jr., the…>read moreNo Comment March 6, 2014
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We have an issue of an L.A. County nonprofit, wherein the appointed board of directors, transitioned the nonprofit to a profit or similar entity, and issued to themselves 1/3 each of all stock of the ...