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Streamlining Salvages Dewey Case On Second Try

Law360, Los Angeles (May 8, 2017, 11:55 PM EDT) -- After their first try ended in a mistrial, prosecutors from the Manhattan district attorney's office trimmed the fat and the key defendant from their controversial retrial of the former leadership of Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP — and that decision netted a modest victory five years in the making Monday when jurors convicted the defunct firm's former chief financial officer on felony fraud charges.

After five full days of deliberations, a New York state jury found former CFO Joel Sanders guilty of two felony fraud charges and...
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