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The United Kingdom’s Bar Standards Board last week announced that Dennis Thomas O'Riordan, who formerly worked as a partner at Paul Hastings and at Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft and, has been disbarred. So the American Lawyer reports.

The ban was because he “claimed a batch of bogus credentials that included bar admission in New York, two bachelor's degrees and a doctorate from Oxford University, a master's degree from Harvard University.” 

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