A day after ex-Dewey & LeBoeuf finance director Francis Canellas’ guilty plea to second-degree grand larceny became public, the pleas of six other former firm employees who have admitted committing crimes related to Dewey’s accounting practices were unsealed Friday.
The six former Dewey staffers—controller Thomas Mullikin, budget director Ilya Alter, director of revenue support Diane Cascino, billing director Lourdes Rodriguez, partner relations specialist David Rodriguez and accounting manager Jyhjing “Victoria” Harrington—were criminally charged for their roles in what Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance described as a massive financial fraud engineered by a trio of firm leaders and one lower-level Dewey employee.
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