an April morning in Manhattan last year, Steven Davis, the former chairman of the law firm of Dewey & Le Boeuf, reached for his ringing cell phone.
He was sitting in the back seat of a taxi, on the way downtown to renew his passport.
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It was the largest merger of New York law firms in history, and the new firm had more than thirteen hundred lawyers. in insurance; Duke and BP in energy; JPMorgan Chase and Barclays in banking; Disney in media and entertainment; Dell and e Bay in technology; and Alcoa in manufacturing.
Dewey & Le Boeuf handled high-profile transactions for an enviable roster of corporate clients: Lloyd’s and A. Under Davis’s leadership, a number of the firm’s partners had joined the ranks of the highest-paid corporate lawyers in the country.
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