Defense Lawyers Take the Spotlight in Ex-BMS Exec's Probationary Tale

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The WSJ hooked us with its front-pager Wednesday about a former Bristol-Myers Squibb executive who pleaded guilty to making false statements to the FTC and was ordered to write a book about his experience. The book, meanwhile, shows how Cravath's Evan Chesler, Elkan Abramowitz of Morvillo Abramowitz, and other lawyers stepped into the exec's life when it was turned upside down.

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