Dewey Estate Sues Over $5.7 Million Spent As Firm Faded

Liquidation trustee files suits against law firms and others paid in the 90 days before Dewey sought Chapter 11 protection

, The Am Law Daily


After an early summer slowdown, the Dewey & LeBoeuf bankruptcy docket is beginning to hum again, with the defunct firm's liquidation trustee filing a slew of suits Friday seeking the return of $5.7 million paid to Bank of America, several law firms and various other vendors in the 90 days before Dewey sought Chapter 11 protection.

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