Three former attorneys from Dreier LLP have taken a public step to distance themselves from the troubled law firm. The attorneys placed notices in Wednesday's edition of the New York Law Journal stating that as of Dec. 5 they are "no longer affiliated in any manner with Dreier LLP." The move looks to be partly a public relations effort to sever ties with the firm and partly an attempt to protect the attorneys from any legal ramifications of the firm's problems.
In Dreier fallout, some of firm's attorneys make a public disavowal
The National Law Journal
December 15, 2008
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