(Kenneth Anderson) Among the many articles tracking the decline and, presumably shortly, fall of the law firm Dewey & Leboeuf, I found New York Times business columnist James B. Stewart’s “Dewey’s Collapse Underscores Law Firms’ New Reality” to be one of the most insightful as to the general shift in the business model of large, prestigious law [...]
Anyone who has tuned into the Law Blog in the last two months likely knows all about the woes of Dewey & LeBoeuf, the large New York law firm that now stands on the brink of collapse.
The former leader of New York law firm Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP has agreed to pay about half a million dollars to settle claims his mismanagement contributed to the collapse of the firm a year ago.
Law Blog Video: WSJ Legal Reporter Jennifer Smith discusses how bankrupt New York law firm Dewey & LeBoeuf might recoup profits from partners who took "unfinished" legal business to new firms.
Three former Dewey & LeBoeuf law firm executives and one former manager have all been charged with fraud according to various news outlets. Dewey & LeBoeuf’s epic collapse was the largest of its kind for a U.S. based law firm. The f...