A Brooklyn attorney has failed in his bid to withdraw his guilty plea to several felony charges related to a massive fraud scheme.

The case stemmed from defendant Steven Coren’s representation of contractors on public housing and infrastructure projects. Such contractors are required under the federal Davis-Bacon Act, as well as a similar state law, to pay laborers a “prevailing wage” of base pay and fringe benefits set by the U.S. Department of Labor.

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