A former Ropes & Gray attorney who pleaded guilty to securities fraud in 2009 has settled civil charges with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Brien Santarlas, who admitted in December to selling stolen information on firm clients and earning $32,500 in kickbacks for his efforts, must disgorge that much money and pay another $32,500 in a civil penalty to the commission. Southern District of New York Judge Richard J. Sullivan entered a final judgment in the civil case on July 2.

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