Howrey Officially Begins Process of Clawing Back Money from Former Partners

In a filing submitted Monday, the trustee overseeing the Howrey estate seeks the court's approval to subpoena 70 law firms for information related to how much work they received when they collectively hired 211 partners from the bankrupt firm in the months before and after its demise.

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  • David I. Greenberg, Richmond, VA.

    Jewel v. Boxer is a case not a statute. I believe the Jewel case was decided in 1984.

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