Dewey Seeks $104M From Ex-Partners To Avoid Clawbacks
The Dewey estate offered more than 700 former partners, including almost 400 who left prior to January 2011, the option of paying $103.6 million in pay or benefits back rather than fight clawback suits from the defunct firm's lenders and other creditors, according to a report from the Wall Street Journal.
The former partners would pay between $25,000...
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