When former attorney Jeffrey Abramowitz was indicted last week on charges of embezzling more than $1 million from his own clients, the news almost seemed to provide a sense of relief to his former law partner, Mitchell H. Klevan, who told The Legal Intelligencer that he has spent the past 20 months working to undo the damage of Abramowitz’s alleged crimes.

Abramowitz, 47, is accused in the indictment of stealing money from clients by lying to them about the settlements of their cases. He allegedly spent some of the funds himself and diverted the rest to a “favored client” and her family.

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