Chinese Law Firm DeHeng in $10 Million U.S. Fraud Claim

, The Asian Lawyer

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A group of onetime U.S. clients claim a former partner at the firm, one of China's largest, conspired with her husband to embezzle millions intended for an acquisition.

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  • ELois P. Clayton

    ALERT!

    I have a GUT feeling, about the X mayor of Chicago(before Emanuel) and his "activities" with China!



    I'm ALSO leary, about the "movement" of the other Daley, who suddenly had a change of heart about being the presidents Chief of Staff!



    Something just isn't adding up with this DALEY crew.

  • LulaineRDLegalFunding

    I'm not sure of the laws in China and how they would apply to this case but the clients of this particular law firm I would assume are going to be after the owners, partners of the alleged theft of their money. Lawyers are duty bound to protect their clients and when they are found on the other side of that equation, customers tend not to be too understanding and will file lawsuits.

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