Notice to the bar
Dewey and LeBoeuf crashed because of its reliance on the Big Law model, which pays based on a black-box calculation — an often speculative and arbitrary method
Dewey & LeBoeuf is the largest law firm yet to file for Chapter 11, putting its bond debt, unusual secured creditors and large global footprint under the spotlight
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
...some eight months after Bristol — who joined Winston & Strawn from Thelen in November 2008 and left in May 2010 — pleaded guilty to...
Notice to the bar
New Jersey Law Journal
...for Citigroup while she was a partner at the law firm of Thelen Reid & Priest. At the suggestion of a Citigroup employee, Williams joined...
...work for Starr and his companies in 2007, while still at the Thelen law firm in Florham Park. On Starr's recommendation, Wiatt...
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