In a series of final fee requests filed in court this week, 10 law, financial, and restructuring firms tally up their hours worked and expenses incurred from the time Dewey & LeBoeuf filed for bankru
Attorneys and others helping to guide Dewey & LeBoeuf through Chapter 11 have laid out exactly how many hours, and at what cost, they have spent steering the defunct law firm's estate through its fir
The Dewey & LeBoeuf bankruptcy yielded an information-rich gem late Thursday, when advisers overseeing the defunct firm's trip through Chapter 11 filed a 355-page financial statement detailing variou
While none emerged unscathed, six of nine professional firms seeking a role in the Dewey bankruptcy - including lead bankruptcy counsel Togut, Segal & Segal - received the court's approval to forge a
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...Glenn also approved the application to employ Washington law firm Keightley & Ashner, which had been advising on underfunded pension plans, but with the...
Though approving several of the defunct firm's requests Monday, the bankruptcy court judge overseeing the Dewey & LeBoeuf bankruptcy balked at the move to employ Proskauer Rose to advise on labor and
...Proskauer Rose, for employment work; D.C. law firm Keightley & Ashner; crisis communications firm Sitrick & Company; and several restructuring and collection...
...Proskauer Rose, for employment work, D.C. law firm Keightley & Ashner, crisis communications firm Sitrick & Company, and several restructuring and collection...
...C. law firm Keightley & Ashnerboth of which are described in court filings as...
A flurry of motions filed Friday in U.S. bankruptcy court details the dozen professional firms poised to reap millions of dollars advising the bankrupt Dewey & LeBoeuf estate—and shows that the
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