Sidley Fights Fraud Suit Over Alleged Ties to Imprisoned Con Man

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Joseph Garcia pleaded guilty to wire fraud last year. Prior to that, the con man appears to have worked with Sidley Austin on a case that led to fraud charges against the firm and one of its prominent partners.

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  • Amir Ali Ibrahim Shroff CPA

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