Ex-Crowell & Moring Lawyer Pleads Guilty to Client Theft

, New York Law Journal

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Douglas Arntsen, a former associate who fled to Hong Kong to avoid arrest and had to be extradited, pleaded guilty Tuesday before Acting Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Jill Konviser in connection to the theft from an investment fund and a real estate management company he advised.

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  • The Terminated

    For the problems this unfortunate incident created for this noble, fair minded, and just pillar of the legal society, I tear.

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