A New Jersey attorney has consented to disbarment following his guilty plea to a scheme to create a series of shell corporations in order to defraud investors.

Gregg Evan Jaclin, formerly of Szaferman, Lakind, Blumstein & Blader in Lawrenceville, was permanently enjoined from the practice of law in a notice made public Tuesday. His disbarment comes after Jaclin was sentenced to three years’ probation on June 22 on charges of conspiracy and obstruction of justice, which stemmed from the scheme.

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