Correction: An earlier version of this story stated that Leonard Grunstein left Herrick, Feinstein for Troutman Sanders in 2005. It should have said he left the firm for Jenkens & Gilchrist in April 2002, before the alleged misconduct between Omnicare and Mariner occurred.

A banner week for lawyers behaving badly got even more interesting on Tuesday when Troutman Sanders real estate practice chair Leonard Grunstein was named in a complaint filed by federal prosecutors in Boston.

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