Lambert allegedly copied biographical information from the New York City law firm’s website to dupe businesses and consumers out of $16,000. He was charged with conspiracy and wire fraud. Among his alleged victims are a skincare company, printing company and IT consulting company.
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Man Uses Bios Ripped from Cravath, Swaine & Moore to Dupe Clients
John Lambert, of Tennessee, was arrested for misleading clients and was said to have used parts of Cravath, Swaine & Moore’s website to trick those looking for representation. So reports The New York Law Journal.