Troutman Sanders is expanding its New York office by hiring five intellectual property (IP) lawyers of the collapsed law firm Dreier LLP.
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New York law firm founder Marc Dreier, who turned 59 today, might face life in prison after pleading guilty to fraud charges. Dreier is accused of defrauding hedge funds by selling $700 million in phony promissory
Federal judge Jed Rakoff decided that Marc Dreier, a prominent New York lawyer accused of defrauding investors of more than $400 million, can be freed under house arrest. Dreier was arrested last year in December.
Dreier, the New York lawyer accused of cheating hedge funds who is being held in jail on fraud charges, yesterday filed a new request for bail. As part of the request, Dreier detailed assets he owns including 150 pieces
Marc Dreier had four dazzling homes on two coasts, drove an Aston Martin and sailed a 123-foot yacht. Some of Dreier's colleagues believe his alleged crimes may have been driven by a need to support an extravagant
A receiver for the Dreier law firm says it will soon file for bankruptcy, following an alleged massive fraud by its founder and sole equity partner, Marc Dreier.
There is little chance that the lawyers affiliated with Dreier LLP will be paid this morning, according to the receiver charged with preserving the firm's assets in the wake of Marc Dreier's arrest for a $380 million
When Marc Dreier was arrested in Toronto one week ago, tens of millions of client funds were allegedly missing from escrow accounts at his prominent 238-attorney law firm, Dreier LLC, which has several celebrities and
Marc Dreier, a prominent New York lawyer and founder of the 250-attorney law firm Dreier LLP, is charged with perpetrating a $100 million real-estate investment fraud that targeted hedge funds. Dreier, a Harvard Law
Dreier LLP, a prominent New York law firm, is on the brink after its founder, Marc Dreier, was arested in Canada for allegedly impersonating another person to complete a business transaction. Federal prosecutors in New
The European aerospace group EADS on Monday defended its record for transparency after two U.S. law firms fired opening salvos in a possible class-action lawsuit against the company, seizing on insider trading