Wall Street Journal (06/13/12) Jennifer Smith
Henry Bunsow, a former partner at Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP, has accused the bankrupt firm’s former leadership of running a “Ponzi scheme” that used money invested by new partners to enrich themselves and others. The firm filed a bankruptcy petition May 28, after most of its partners left amid disputes over compensation and concerns about the firm’s financial viability. The firm owes more than $315 million to various creditors, including staffing firms.
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