What are some of your proudest recent achievements?
Two stem from an effort to rein in public corruption. The first was the New York corruption case against Joseph Percoco, a top aide to the New York Governor and two Syracuse businessmen. It was a very complex case with more than 11 million documents, multiple defendants and legal teams, and the shadow of a separate corruption case sitting in the wings. Additionally, the trial drew intense media interest because it involved several very high-level political figures. It took months to try, and in the end, my client was the only individual acquitted of all charges. I am immensely proud of my team’s work on that matter.
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