As an associate at Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler, Dietrich Snell helped defend Claus von Bulow, the socialite accused of attempting to murder his wife with an insulin overdose, when von Bulow’s stepchildren brought a wrongful death suit against him.

“In those early days, that was the closest thing I did to white-collar work,” says Snell, now 51.

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