Richard Marmaro’s a busy guy. You try him at his L.A. office and he’s in New York; attempt to reach him there and the Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom partner is already heading to San Francisco. Such is the life when you become one of the go-to lawyers in a wide-ranging corporate fraud probe.
But read through the filings of Marmaro’s opponents in the criminal and civil stock option backdating cases against former Brocade executives — including Marmaro client Gregory Reyes, Brocade’s former CEO — and you’d think the lawyer has spent the past four months on a yacht.
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