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Several major law firms handled funds stolen in a billion-dollar global money laundering scheme, according to federal prosecutors—money that was used to finance the 2013 film “The Wolf of Wall Street” and pay for real estate, art, a $35 million private jet, and other luxuries.
Scripted moves have led directly to CTE, the suit alleges, but promotion says it's just cheap heat.
Amid mounting allegations of bias in its home-sharing platform, Airbnb Inc. has hired former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder Jr. to help craft a “stronger” anti-discrimination policy aimed at eliminating “explicit racism and implicit biases,” the company said Wednesday.
Baker & McKenzie is representing Facebook Inc. in its dispute with the IRS over the value of assets the company transferred to its Irish holding company.