Editor’s Note: This article has been updated from a previous version that had misidentified Melissa Mahler as a former Nixon Peabody partner. Mahler is a former counsel with the firm.

Months before a Washington grand jury indicted a businessman named Shelly Singhal in a stock manipulation scheme, prosecutors acquired documents from a lawyer who agreed to cooperate with the government in its securities fraud case.

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