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To Sheppard Mullin Litigators Appearing in Oscar-Nominated Film, Telling 'Great Story' Is a Win

New York Law Journal

New York’s Robert Friedman and Sarah Aberg appeared in the Oscar-nominated documentary, “Abacus: Small Enough to Jail,” about a family-owned community bank in Manhattan's Chinatown which, because it was deemed "small enough to jail" rather than "too big to fail,” became the only financial institution to face criminal charges following the subprime mortgage crisis.


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