Galleon Group is going down and Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher is along for the ride.

The Am Law Daily has learned that securities enforcement co-chair Barry Goldsmith in Washington, D.C., is advising on the closure of the hedge fund, prompted by the insider trading charges against billionaire founder and Gibson Dunn client Raj Rajaratnam on Friday.

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