Although Dewey & LeBoeuf’s former chief operating officer, Dennis D’Alessandro, has been extensively cited at a trial against the firm’s executives, he is not likely to be called to testify by either the prosecution or defense.

The Manhattan District Attorney’s office has said it does not plan to call him as a witness, and the defense said it has been denied access to D’Alessandro and therefore has been unable to prepare him as a witness.

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