Ex-Baker McKenzie Partner Sentenced to Two Years

, New York Law Journal

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Martin Weisberg apologized to his family, friends, former colleagues and "all I may have hurt by my actions" as he faced sentencing. Speaking of his forfeited law license and inability to consider himself part of the legal community, Weisberg added, "It is a loss I feel bitterly ... It is a loss I deserve to feel."

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  • David Coleman

    Interesting that the court commented on the sense of entitlement to act outside the law. The court also said that the motivation for the behaviour was greed. It is an interesting reflection on the culture of the industry where any behaviour can be justified or rationalised in the name of making money.

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