Former Dewey City chief to co-manage Morgan Lewis's London base

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  • It does make you wonder what kind of due diligence these firms undertake.

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  • After the battering Sharp got for being first in the life boats I hardly think he would be high in the management stakes, He did not do too well last time did he?

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  • Is Morgan Lewis & Bockius’s management totally blinkered? Have they really swallowed the "None of this is my fault, it's all the fault of the Americans" line? It beggars belief.

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  • How on earth is it Peters fault the ship sunk?
    Yes he might have done some things better but he fought hard for the London staff, as much as he could.

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  • ML are playing the laws of probability – he balls'd up once and by the laws of probability, he can’t balls up again..........can he.......no really ........can he ??

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  • Coolio. Please see my argument below as to why he is at fault. I am going to ignore all the hearsay, stories and comments.
    Dewey is in administration.
    Peter Sharp was one of the Managing Partners of the above firm.
    He is therefore guilty by default surely?

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  • Coolio - don't swallow the PR - he fought hard for the London staff...? Yes for about 15 of them he did. The rest he did not even say goodbye to as he disappeared overnight.

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  • Staggering. It is like handing the keys to the bar to a confessed boozer. I can understand why firms might take partners from failed firms as they might be good lawyers but putting them in charge after screwing up so spectactularly is beyond comprehension. Would loved to have been at the interview.
    "I know I have publicly buried my firm in a sea of debt due to poor juddgement and greed, but give us a chance to have another go." Clearly the ML lot are as deluded as the DB lot were.

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  • The Morgan staff in the London office must be overjoyed

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