I've long wondered why Stan Chesley, who walked away with over $20 million of a $200 million settlement where the vast majority of the proceeds were siphoned away from the putative clients for the benefit of the attorneys and the presiding judge, did not face the criminal and disciplinary charges of his co-counsel, even though he was counsel of record on the case for years. Dan Fisher reports that some chickens are finally coming home to roost. The case got some attention because the two Kentucky lawyers eventually convicted of fraud used some of the ill-gotten gains to purchase the future two-time Horse of the Year Curlin. Earlier on Overlawyered.
Kentucky Bar investigating Stan Chesley over fen-phen scandal
- Defensive customer service
- Kentucky fen-phen scandal update
- Chesley experts in two cases drop testimony
- Around the web, June 24
- Around the web, June 18
- Around the web, June 16
- Kentucky disbars Stan Chesley
- Why is Stan Chesley working for Ohio state pension funds?
- Berry v. Schmidt
- "The Market for Specious Claims"
- Recommended disbarment for Stan Chesley in Kentucky fen-phen scandal
- Ken Feinberg and the Kentucky fen-phen suit
- Kentucky fen-phen fraud trial decision reversed
- Around the web, January 11
- "He said he had worked too long and too hard for a lousy $41 million"
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