Financial fraud, deleting evidence and soliciting colleagues to join a competitor firm: These are among the new accusations unveiled Monday by Am Law 50 law firm Proskauer Rose in an amended complaint against its former chief operating officer, who was fired in December for allegedly stealing the firm’s trade secrets.

The new federal court filing in the Southern District of New York tacks on an additional count of fraud against former Proskauer COO Jonathan O’Brien for allegedly submitting reimbursement requests for personal expenses and causing Proskauer to make approximately $142,500 in unapproved charitable donations to an organization with which O’Brien was personally involved.