Marc S. Dreier, 59, the former sole equity partner of 250-lawyer Dreier LLP who in May pleaded guilty in federal court to selling more than $700 million in bogus real estate and pension plan notes, was disbarred Thursday.

“As respondent’s criminal offenses, if committed under New York law, would constitute felonies, they are a proper predicate for automatic disbarment,” the New York Appellate Division, 1st Department, wrote.

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