Law Firm’s Detroit Fire Department Gift

Global law firm Dentons might have cost the Detroit taxpayers a few million in legal fees for their work representing the city’s retirees in its bankruptcy difficulties, but it’s now trying to make good with the city (or at least for those who think its fees unreasonable) by donating $500,000 to the fire department.

Dentons made the announcement to Mayor Mike Duggan on Monday, which also happened to be the day when lawyers and consultants working on the massive bankruptcy had to submit final invoices to the beleaguered city.

And what does $500,000 buy in a fire department these days?

Apparently, 260 pieces of fire hose, 1,000 radio batteries, electronic notepads, self-contained breathing masks and replacements for other aging equipment at the Detroit Fire Department.

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