New Dewey settlement plan asks for more from firm's former leaders
Revisions to Dewey's so-called partner contribution plan will see the failed firm's former leaders being asked to contribute additional money to reflect their involvement in the firm's management. Revised proposals presented to partners yesterday by the stewards of Dewey's bankruptcy including Dewey's chief restructuring officer, Joff Mitchell, would see former executive committee members being asked to make greater contributions worth $2.1m (£1.34m).
Revisions to Dewey’s so-called partner contribution plan will see the failed firm’s former leaders being asked to contribute additional money to reflect their involvement in the firm’s management, write The Am Law Daily.
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