Ex-Associate Gets Sentenced for Stealing Client Funds

, New York Law Journal


Douglas Arntsen, a former Crowell & Moring associate who pleaded guilty to embezzling $10.7 million in client funds choked back tears yesterday and said he was "consumed with remorse" during his sentencing.

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  • NY Librarian

    LulaineRDLegalFunding is right, especially after Galasso.

  • LulaineRDLegalFunding

    This could be a problem for the law firm that because one of their employees stealing money could mean they could be liable since it was done under their watch. That could mean lawsuits against the firm from angry clients for this breach in trust and lost income.

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