For Most Dewey Lawyers and Staffers, the Silence is Deafening
April 26, 2012
By: Sara Randazzo

...Dewey's real estate obligations in New York are complicated. Greg Taubin, executive managing director for commercial real estate firm Studley, says the firm has been balancing two leases since the it was created as the result of a 2007 merger between Dewey Ballantine and LeBoeuf, Lamb, Greene & MacRae. The newly merged entity moved into the Dewey Ballantine offices—roughly 500,000 square feet of space spread across 16 floors on a lease that extends until 2020. The lease on the former LeBoeuf Lamb offices at 125 W. 55th Street, meanwhile, is only expiring this year, Taubin says. That 225,000 square feet of space has been partially sublet since the merger, Taubin says. ...

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