Ex-Fried Frank Staffer Accused of Carrying Out Massive Ink Theft

, The Am Law Daily


A onetime Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson worker hit Tuesday with charges of stealing more than $376,000 worth of copy machine toner is one of two former Am Law 100 employees indicted on felony counts within the last week. On January 11, Mayer Brown's former chief information officer was formally charged with 10 counts of mail fraud in connection with his alleged role in bilking the firm out of $4.2 million.

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  • LAB

    Some very gutsy folks doing some very stupid things. Got taken out on mail fraud? Forget that you are dealing with a quasi-government office when you put that fraudulent invoice in the mail? Copier toner? Was this guy running his own side business at the firm's expense? Takes all kinds. These are the jokers who cost everyone else better bonuses.

  • Big Law Alum

    I always wondered where the money was to be made working at these law firms. Could not happen to better places.

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