Baker & McKenzie said Thursday that it had requested and received the resignation of indicted partner Martin Weisberg.

“Effective immediately, he is no longer associated with our firm in any capacity,” the firm said in a statement. Weisberg was indicted last Friday in the Eastern District of New York on charges that he participated with five other defendants in a stock-fraud scheme that netted two overseas short-sellers $55 million in illegal profits.

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