Bribery. Money laundering. Investment scams. Lawyers don't just represent folks accused of such crimes. They often are the accused. Here we've collected stories of lawyers accused of defrauding clien
National Law Journal
...facilitate a $1.5 billion debt swap between the governments of Vietnam and the Russian Federation; that Starski joined with Kirzhnev, said to have...
Deprecated The American Lawyer
...jeopardy, though we noted that, depending on the approach taken by the government in the forth- coming trial, the trial might vindicate their claim. United...
The Daily Report
...the regimes in power. His client list stretches through Mikhail Khodorkovsky, the Russian oligarch whom Amsterdam has helped to enshrine as the prototypical political victim...
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