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GUILTY – Former Locke Lord partner Mark Scott has been convicted in Manhattan federal court of conspiracy to commit bank fraud and conspiracy to launder $400 million in proceeds from a cryptocurrency scam. Jack Newsham reports that prosecutors said Scott, who left the firm in 2016, played a key part in laundering the money that poured into a bunk cryptocurrency business called OneCoin. He was represented by Covington & Burling partner Arlo Devlin-Brown and Miami-based white-collar defense lawyer David Garvin.

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