A Manhattan appellate court has thrown out one conviction but upheld another in the case of two prominent foreign lawyers charged with participating in a “pump and dump” stock fraud scheme.

According to their 2001 indictment by the Manhattan district attorney’s office, Montreal lawyer Harry J. F. Bloomfield and London attorney Stuart Creggy recruited a former Liberian diplomat to pose as the owner of 16 off-shore companies.

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