While Bernard Madoff busies himself getting buff in prison and his wife grapples with a $45 million civil suit filed by a trustee for her husband’s bankrupt investment firm, Gaytri Kachroo waits for a train in Washington, D.C., contemplating her future.

The former McCarter & English international practice chair and attorney for Harry Markopolos, the Boston forensic accountant that tried to warn the SEC about Madoff’s $50 billion Ponzi scheme, left the firm three weeks ago for conflicts reasons. But while Kachroo is now flying solo, her role in the continuing-to-unfold Madoff mess is far from over.

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