As More Lawyers Head for Exit, Dewey Faces Several Lawsuits

, New York Law Journal


"Dewey & LeBoeuf is unexpectedly experiencing extraordinary difficulties. Unfortunately, the situation is deteriorating at a more rapid pace than was initially anticipated" the firm said in an e-mail to associates that provided a formal termination letter and protocol for their last day.

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  • Lulaine

    The demise of this once powerful law firm is a testament to two truths and that is the changing dynamic of how law firms work and the recession hurting everyone no matter what the sector. There have been reports of fraud and mismanagement and if that is the case along with the bankruptcy occurring there are going to be civil lawsuits against the company and possibly the partners.

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