Gryphon Atty Hits Back Over Bid To Disqualify Firm

Law360, New York (June 11, 2010, 5:49 PM EDT) -- Even the Pope uses a fake name, a lawyer for accused securities fraudster Kenneth Marsh said in response to a government bid to have her kicked off the case because she allegedly knew Marsh was passing himself off to clients as “Ken Maseka.”

Even if Kim Flotteron of Jaffe & Falk LLP, Marsh's attorney, knew Marsh was using a fake name, that alone is not enough to have her and her firm thrown off the case, the defense said in a motion filed Thursday in the...
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