Yann Geron was featured in the Law360 article
"Thelen Trustee Settles with Ex-Partner over Unfinished
Biz." While the full text can be found in the July 1, 2013,
issue of Law360, a synopsis is noted below.
Yann Geron has urged a New York bankruptcy court to approve two
proposed settlements with Thelen LLP's former equity partners
named in his lawsuit, which seeks to recover hourly fees collected
by ex-partners who later joined a different firm.
Thelen, who once employed over 600 attorneys, filed for Chapter
7 protection in September 2009. Geron asserts that a waiver adding
language to the firm's partner plan allowed a fraudulent
transfer, depriving the partnership of its right to recover
Geron is representing himself. Also representing Geron are
Daniel A. Schnapp and Nicole Santucci.
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