A former McGuireWoods partner admitted Monday to using his position as counsel to small companies to make $10 million in illegal profits.

One-time securities lawyer Louis W. Zehil pleaded guilty to securities fraud and conspiracy to commit securities fraud before Southern District of New York Judge Deborah A. Batts, admitting he used his position as counsel for several companies to secretly buy and then sell millions of shares at favorable prices.

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