Two New York attorneys who were improperly listed as employees by government agencies that they advised owe the state close to $700,000 in pension funds, New York Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli said Wednesday. DiNapoli called the actions of Lawrence W. Reich and Albert D'Agostino "the most egregious examples" uncovered to date in the state's probe of excess pension payments. The comptroller's office has so far revoked pension fund membership or retirement service credit for 33 lawyers.
Comptroller: Attorneys Owe New York $700,000 in Pensions
New York Law Journal
August 28, 2008