Fresh off her win for her client Stephen DiCarmine in the second take of the Dewey & LeBoeuf trial, Rita Glavin said the second go-around was the real battle.

“It was a tougher trial the second time around, for a number of reasons,” in part, because “a lot of the good stuff” was gone, such as errors by prosecutors, she told a room of a few hundred gathered at a New York City Bar Association annual white-collar conference.

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