Why would prominent art world attorney Ralph Lerner risk his reputation by improperly charging hundreds of personal car service rides to client accounts? In thousands of pages of documents contained in his public discipline file, the outlines of an explanation begin to emerge.
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Special Reports and Features
Six years after Lehman Brothers died, technology-driven changes in the market are slow to arrive.
When smart people are determined to see things a certain way, facts get ignored and the truth becomes a casualty.
Sara Randazzo ,The American Lawyer
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