Law Firm Staffers Plead Guilty to Thieving $788K From Accounts

, New Jersey Law Journal


Two former employees of an Edison law firm plead guilty in federal court in Newark to embezzling more than $788,000 from their employer during a two-and-a-half-year period.

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  • RD Legal Funding

    This puts the law firm in a very precarious position. They can now be sued by the victims over what a few staffers did. A client has to trust the law firm they are dealing with, with sensitive information. This shows how careless the law firm in guarding those secrets. It wouldn't be a surprise when the clients get together and file a lawsuit.

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