Dewey Bankruptcy Filing Raises Novel Issues

, New York Law Journal

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Although a string of law firms have filed for bankruptcy in recent years, Dewey & LeBoeuf is the largest to file for Chapter 11 and it filing raises novel issues, including the firm's bond debt, unusual secured creditors, a criminal investigation and the firm's large global footprint.

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  • save_the_rustbelt

    If small business owners cut and ran like this lawyers would sue all of them into personal bankruptcy. How many Dewey partners will be sued into personal bankruptcy?

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