Ilya Alter, a former Dewey & LeBoeuf financial controller, admitted Tuesday in a criminal trial of three former firm executives that he falsified accounting records at the now-defunct firm. Alter is one of seven former Dewey & LeBoeuf employees who agreed to cooperate with prosecutors in exchange for a lighter sentence.
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