Charged with Assault, King & Spalding Partner Departs Firm

, The Am Law Daily

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Some eight months after police in the tony New York City suburb of New Canaan, Connecticut, arrested attorney Steven Guynn on domestic violence charges involving his reported mistress, the former King & Spalding corporate partner has parted ways with the firm. Information about the status of the criminal case against him, meanwhile, is not publicly available.

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  • Frankly

    Leave the poor guy alone. What's the story here? That a lawyer got arrested based on unproven allegations? And he happens to be unemployed (perhaps retired?) and is selling a house at a loss? Big deal. Since when is that newsworthy? Give the guy some privacy.

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