In a highly acrimonious divorce between a Cadwalader partner and his wife, the partner has been allowed to keep most of the value of his partnership interest as a judge found the wife’s conduct during the divorce contributed to the decline of his business assets.

Ira and Janice Schacter’s divorce generated headlines in the New York tabloids and legal blogs, which reported the wife’s allegations of her husband’s angry behavior and failure to provide for their daughter.

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