Former Morrison & Foerster partner Jonathan Dickstein and his wife, Barclay Lynn, have been arrested and charged with 31 felony counts over an alleged scheme that netted nearly $400,000, according to the San Francisco district attorney’s office.

Prosecutors say Dickstein and Lynn collected the money as reimbursement from the San Francisco Unified School District, Anthem Blue Cross and MoFo’s own self-insurance plan for special education services for their son, provided by a company called Puzzle Pieces. Nobody knew that Puzzle Pieces was actually Dickstein and Lynn, they allege.

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