A New Jersey man pleaded guilty Tuesday to defrauding an investor out of up to $1 million in part by creating fake correspondence from Dewey & LeBoeuf. As part of the scam, Vlade Stojchevski opened a bank account in Dewey's name and created false documents from the law firm to induce further funds from the victim. Stojchevski, who pleaded guilty in federal court to a single count of wire fraud, faces 20 years in prison and a fine of at least $250,000.
Man Pleads Guilty to Scam Using Dewey & LeBoeuf Name
New York Law Journal
July 1, 2010