NY Court Censures Atty For Swiping Data From Another Firm

Law360, New York (September 24, 2015, 5:26 PM EDT) -- A New York appellate court ruled Thursday that a white collar defense attorney was not deprived of due process in her Utah disciplinary case and should be censured in New York as well for directing an employee to steal evidence from another law firm’s computer network.

Gail E. Laser– who represents securities and insurance fraud and organized crime clients, among others– argued before the New York Supreme Court Appellate Division that she should not be censured in New York because she did not receive due process in her Utah disciplinary case.

In support of her argument, the attorney referenced a recent...

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