Ex-Dewey chair faces prosecution over 'misconduct', Greenberg deal shelved

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  • Is it likely that the banks will agree to extend the current banking facilities at a time when there is an investigation of this nature taking place?

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  • Borrowing money to feed draws = greed = downfall of firm.
    Was Davis the only one speaking with the banks? Yeah, sure, that's the story. Yeah, that's it.

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  • Remember, you hungry hyenas, NOT GUILTY UNTIL PROVEN! Has it been proven that the "group of partners at the embattled firm presented evidence to the district attorney" and the Dewey New York litigation partners, Harvey Kurzweil and Seth Farber, acting as counsel to the firm and conducting "an internal investigation" are free from sin? The Bible says,“Let any one of you who is without sin be the first to throw a stone." Where are the stones thrown by the Dewey partners? I don't see any. I am sure when all the "investigation" is done, a moraine of stones will be rolling down the Rocky Dewey Mountain. Take my word.

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  • It's over.
    Good luck to everyone at Dewey in London.
    I hope you all land in a good home.

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  • I hope all the firms who have taken DLB partners are ableto ringfence any debt / post move difficulties that ex DLB partners migh carry with them post the coup de grace that must be soon.

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