By Al Barbarino (March 3, 2021, 4:26 PM EST) -- Ex-Goldman Sachs general counsel Karen Seymour has rejoined Sullivan & Cromwell LLP as a partner in its litigation practice and criminal defense and investigations group in New York, the firm said Wednesday.
The former federal prosecutor — who helped convict Martha Stewart in 2004 — left Sullivan & Cromwell in late 2017 to join Goldman Sachs, where she recently helped guide the bank in its $2.9 billion plea deal tied to the 1Malaysia Development Bhd., or 1MDB, bribery scandal.
Law360 reported her departure from the bank on Tuesday.
In addition to serving as Goldman Sachs' top lawyer, Seymour sat on the bank's management...
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