Lawyers for Russian Treasury Fraud Victims Seek to Claw Back $1.4M in Lawyer Fees
Lawyers for an investment advisory firm that fell victim to a scheme to defraud $230 million from the Russian treasury want Baker & Hostetler, which represented a real estate firm that was accused of taking part in the scheme, to cough up $1.4 million in attorney fees.
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