Former DLA Piper partner found guilty of forging payroll statement in salary negotiations

Rudy Lim, formerly a partner with DLA Piper and head of the firm’s Indonesia practice, has been sentenced to two months’ jail time for forging a payroll statement, which he used when negotiating a salary package with his new firm, Duane Morris. Lim allegedly told Duane Morris that his monthly draw had been $65,000 at DLA, when it actually was $25,000. Lim is out on bail and appealing both the conviction and the sentence in the Singaporean courts.

abajournal.com Former DLA Piper partner found guilty of forging payroll statement in salary negotiations
Thu, Mar 25, 2010 abajournal.com