Dewey creditors can pursue claims against firm execs, judge rules
Many of Dewey & LeBoeufs ex-partners are safe from lawsuits connected to the firms demise. But that protection wont extend to three of the firms former executives, after U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Martin Glenn ruled Thursday that Deweys unsecured creditors have the standing to sue the trio for damages.
By Alanna ByrneNovember 30, 2012
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