Former Greenberg Traurig associate Michael Shaw pleaded guilty on Wednesday to stealing nearly $500,000 from the firm between 2002 and last year, when the scheme was discovered and he was fired. [Hat Tip: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.]

Federal prosecutors charged Shaw with assuming the identity of a Greenberg investigator, using the investigator’s name to charge for $90,000 in services that he himself performed, and then pocketing the money himself.

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