...PDF] by Ned Bassen, a Hughes Hubbard & Reed partner who represents Dewey's former executive director Stephen DiCarmine...
...from any balance still remaining as of 2019.) Hughes Hubbard & Reed partner Ned Bassen, who represents DiCarmine and Sanders, told ...
Roundly cast as the chief culprit in Dewey & LeBoeuf's collapse, Steven Davis agreed last week to pay the bankrupt firm's estate $511,145 as part of a broader settlement that protects him against pot
A former Dewey & LeBoeuf partner suing Barclays Bank over what he claims is a fraudulent $540,000 loan agreement is now trying to blame its creation on several onetime firm leaders, including former
...Philip Morris. Seventeen lawyers who handled Lorillard work left for Hughes Hubbard & Reed, and while Shook says those departures were amicable, its finances...
Steven Davis—one of three former Dewey & LeBoeuf leaders often faulted for causing the firm's collapse—has agreed to pay the Dewey estate more than half a million dollars to resolve alleg
Noted art collector, philanthropist, and cosmetics heir Leonard Lauder turned to Simpson Thacher & Bartlett to advise on his donation of a collection of 78 Cubist drawings, paintings, and sculptures
With a law firm's success—and perhaps even its very survival—dependent on the revenue it is able to bring in, firm leaders need to do a better job of teaching their lawyers the art of the
Supporters and critics of bankrupt Dewey & LeBoeuf's proposed liquidation plan are set to gather in lower Manhattan Wednesday before U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Martin Glenn for what could be one more cont
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