...York. For Respondent: Michael Luskin of Counsel, Luskin Stern Eisler LLP, New York. *1...
...attorney, Michael Luskin of Luskin, Stern & Eisler, said Thursday that he could not discuss details of...
...amp; Cromwell partner William Monahan represents Goldman. Michael Luskin of Luskin, Stern & Eisler represents M&T. Justices Peter Tom ...
Lawyers have learned the hard way that their capital investment comes with risks
...the Kodak case by Luskin, Stern & Eisler, a New York firm that has ...
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Citibank denies any Ponzi-like conspiracy with Dewey & LeBoeuf linking payment of the firm's bank debt to loans to new laterals for capital contributions
CitiBank is forcefully denying allegations by a former lawyer with the now-defunct Dewey & LeBoeuf that the bank conspired with leaders of the firm to woo lateral partners with a Ponzi-like scheme ai
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Citibank N.A. is forcefully denying allegations by a former lawyer with the now-defunct Dewey & LeBoeuf that the bank conspired with leaders of the firm to woo lateral partners with a Ponzi-like sche
The back-and-forth between Citibank and a former Dewey & LeBoeuf partner who allegedly owes the bank $210,000 continued this week, with the bank asserting in court filings that it did not conspire wi
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...alone for long. The document was filed by Luskin, Stern & Eisler, which took over as Citi's lawyers in the Otillar...
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