Former Dewey partners receive latest amendments to settlement plan
Dewey & LeBoeuf’s wind-down team has offered to spare the defunct firm’s ex partners from all potential litigation from secured lenders as an incentive to participate in the proposed partner clawback settlement. The latest revisions to the so-called 'partner contribution plan' were posted to a secure web link overnight, with lead bankruptcy lawyer Al Togut and chief restructuring officer Joff Mitchell also confirming that the deadline for signing up to the agreement had been postponed again.
Dewey & LeBoeuf’s wind-down team has offered to spare the defunct firm’s ex partners from all potential litigation from secured lenders as an incentive to participate in the proposed partner clawback settlement.
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