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Don't Let Your Clients Land You in Jail

The Recorder

Headlines often focus on corporations, financial advisors and politicians facing criminal liability for their actions. Juries can be notoriously hard on those in positions of authority who prey on the people they influence. This is especially so in financial crimes, where someone takes advantage of another to benefit financially.

A string of recent, high-profile verdicts, pleas and arrests shows that criminal exposure for a financial charge is not just a concern for financiers, politicians or corporations, but also for their attorneys.

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