A New Jersey special master has recommended disbarment for David Gross — who for 20 years was Budd Larner‘s managing partner — for pocketing $50,000 from a client instead of depositing the money into the firm account.

Gross knowingly violated a partnership agreement requiring that “all gains from the work of the partnership shall be the assets of the partnership,” Special Master David Cramp said in an opinion forwarded to the state Disciplinary Review Board last month. [See full text of decision (pdf)]

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