LeBoeuf, Lamb, Greene & MacRae

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Firm News

The Weston Forum
Howard Aibel receives Democratic lifetime achievement awardThe Weston ForumA Harvard law school graduate, Aibel worked as general counsel for ITT Corporation for nearly 30 years, and later was a partner with the New York law firm LeBoeuf, Lamb, Greene & MacRae. After Aibel retired, he said he had more “time to devote to …
David Burns joins Imperial Capital, LLC as a Senior Vice President in Restructuring & RecapitalizationGlobeNewswire (press release)Mr. Burns' previous advisory experience includes time at Greenhill & Co., LLC, Merrill Lynch's Global Special Situations Group, and Houlihan Lokey. Prior to this, Mr. Burns practiced law in the business reorganization department of LeBoeuf, Lamb
New York Times
Former Dewey & LeBoeuf Executive Convicted in Split VerdictNew York TimesDewey & LeBoeuf — which was created a decade ago from the merger of two storied law firms, Dewey Ballantine and LeBoeuf, Lamb, Greene & MacRae — once employed more than 1,300 lawyers. But the new firm quickly ran into trouble during the financial ...Former Dewey & LeBoeuf exec convicted (20 months after a mistrial)New York Business JournalGlavin Dishes On 'Nightmare' Case For Dewey's DiCarmineLaw360 (subscription)Dewey & LeBoeuf Exec Joel Sanders Convicted of Securities FraudJDJournal.comLegal Business (blog)all 24 news articles »
The American Lawyer
A Dewey & LeBoeuf TV Drama a No-Go, Says Firm's Ex-Telecom LeaderThe American LawyerMcGuireWoods announced last week its hire of Eric Cowan from Squire Patton Boggs, where he was once managing partner of that firm's New York office, to serve as head of its global media and entertainment practice. Cowan will initially be based in ...
New York Law Journal (registration)
A Star Witness Returns for Dewey & LeBoeuf RetrialNew York Law Journal (registration)... Canellas—a cooperating witness in the prosecution's case—began to describe Dewey's financial struggles in late 2008—the first full year of operation following a 2007 merger of legacy law firms Dewey Ballantine and LeBoeuf, Lamb, Greene & MacRae.State's Top Dewey Witness Takes Stand, Cops to CrimesLaw360 (subscription)all 2 news articles »
CFO
Ex-Dewey & Leboeuf CFO Convicted of FraudCFODewey & Leboeuf was created a decade ago from the merger of two storied law firms, Dewey Ballantine and LeBoeuf, Lamb, Greene & MacRae, but as The New York Times reports, it “quickly ran into trouble during the financial crisis that erupted soon after ...Former law firm finance chief found guilty in fraud trialBusiness Insuranceall 4 news articles »
Above the Law
Former Dewey Partner Commits Suicide, Leaping From His New York ApartmentAbove the LawKen-Freeling Tragic news in the Biglaw world. Yesterday Kenneth Freeling, a former Dewey & LeBoeuf partner who was currently of counsel at Covington & Burling, reportedly committed suicide by jumping out of his Park Avenue apartment. He landed on the ...and more »
New York Times
Frederick B. Lacey, Who Prosecuted Corruption in New Jersey, Dies at 96New York TimesHe retired in 1986 and joined what was then known as LeBoeuf, Lamb, Leiby & MacRae, a law firm headquartered in New York. Although he was a Republican, Mr. Lacey was under consideration in 1979 for the post of deputy attorney general in the Carter ...
The American Lawyer
Mintz Levin Hires Longtime Herrick PartnerThe American LawyerIn leaving Graubard Mollen for Dewey & Leboeuf predecessor LeBoeuf, Lamb, Leiby & MacRae, Moskovitz sought to take with him one of his former firm's largest clients, Swiss pharmaceutical company F. Hoffmann-La Roche AG. The dispute with Graubard ...and more »
New Yorker
The CollapseNew YorkerDewey & LeBoeuf, which was often referred to in the press as a global “super firm,” was largely his creation. In 2007, he had engineered the merger of a profitable but staid midsized specialty firm—LeBoeuf, Lamb, Greene & MacRae—with a less …The Biggest Law Firm Collapse in History Began With "Fuckwad" EmailsGawkerHow appeasement and high partner guarantees led to Dewey's downfallABA JournalDewey Have A Postmortem For You: The New Yorker Dissects Dewey's DeathAbove the Lawall 5 news articles »
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