The failure of lawyers at Brune & Richard to reveal that they knew a juror in their client's trial was lying doesn't mean that they gave their client ineffective counsel, a federal court judge in Manhattan ruled Thursday. The client, former Deutsche Bank accountant David Parse, was convicted in 2011 in a trial over a tax shelter scheme allegedly set up by codefendant Paul Daugerdas, a former Jenkens & Gilchrist partner.
Because Lawyers Failed to Reveal Juror's Lies, Judge Rejects Client's Bid for New Trial
The Litigation Daily
January 4, 2013
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