After The Fall

Former Dreier attorneys have moved on but not forgotten

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

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The story about Marc S. Dreier and the Ponzi scheme that led to the disintegration of his namesake 250-lawyer, Park Avenue-based firm in New York is a familiar one in the legal industry. While attorneys who worked in Dreier's Stamford office have moved beyond that shocking chapter, they certainly haven't forgotten about the abrupt end of the once high-profile firm.

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