Loan programs orchestrated by Dewey & LeBoeuf to help incoming partners cover capital contributions are sparking more litigation, with a former Dewey partner claiming in a lawsuit filed in the Southern District on Feb. 19 that Barclays Bank and the now-defunct firm entered into a $540,000 loan agreement in his name without his permission.
Ex-Dewey Partner Challenges Bank on Repayment of Loan He Disputes
The Am Law Daily
February 21, 2013
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