Dewey survivors share lessons from their old firm's demise
Five years after Dewey's collapse, former partners now at firms including Willkie Farr and Winston reflect on their experiences
It has been five years since Dewey & LeBoeuf, fatally weakened by financial mismanagement and an accelerating partner exodus, spiralled into bankruptcy. And the saga of the firm’s fall continues to unfold: At press time, the jury was still out in the second criminal trial of former chief financial officer Joel Sanders and former executive director Stephen DiCarmine.
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