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Thursday, June 16, 2011

New York Attorney Disbarred After Federal Conviction

Panel Disbars Attorney For Federal Conviction
The New York Law Journal by Brendan Pierson  -  June 16, 2011

A panel of the Appellate Division, First Department on Monday disbarred attorney Robert S. Brown, who pleaded guilty in November 2009 to obstruction of justice in connection with his participation in a securities fraud. Mr. Brown admitted that he concealed information about a "pump and dump" scheme run by an unnamed California investment firm and that he helped the firm's CEO and the CEO of a Chinese company fraudulently transfer about $25 million through shell companies he helped set up (NYLJ, Nov. 6, 2009). The court determined that the federal charge against him was the equivalent of the New York felony of scheme to defraud in the first degree, mandating his disbarment.  Mr. Brown's activities took place between January 2004 and January 2008, while he was a name partner with New York's Reitler Brown & Rosenblatt, now Reitler Kailas & Rosenblatt, according to a criminal information filed in October 2009 in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia in United States v. Brown, 09-cr-00267. Mr. Brown left the firm to join New World Merchant Partners in July 2009. As part of his plea agreement, Mr. Brown agreed to forfeit $275,000 he admitted to earning through his illegal activities. He has not yet been sentenced and faces 10 to 16 months in prison and a fine of up to $30,000. According to the First Department panel's opinion, Mr. Brown, who was admitted in 1990, did not oppose his disbarment and said he hoped "one day" to be eligible to apply to the New York bar again. The panel consisted of Justices Luis A. Gonzalez, James M. Catterson, Rosalyn H. Richter, Sheila Abdus-Salaam and Nelson S. Roman. Matter of Brown, M-549, appears on page 6 of the print edition of today's Law Journal.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

funny that the bar did nothing to his license until after he was convicted. If they wanted to make sure that the public was protected they should have done an ivestigation as soon as he was charged.

1st Dept DDC retired said...

Check out how many complaints were filed on counselor Brown? He was on the radar, but he had many friends if you know what I mean

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Tea Party Of Texas said...

The whole justice system is corrupt, the States that are the worse are California, Illinois, Florida, Texas, New York and Washington DC. Lawyers are in bed with the judges and the State Bar. Their money making opportunity are accidents by suing insurance companies and keeping most of the money for themselves. Class sues and on the US Government lobbies support by drafting legislation in favor of special interest and corporations. Now they are in bed with the Globalist elites the promoters of the one world order and the Free trade. Lawyers in this United States adore the mighty Dollar, they have not honor or principles the only thing they care about is money. Well I have a news for the SOBS they are not going to take one single penny when they died.

Tea Party Of Texas said...

Lawyers should be exclude from representing the people of this United States. Obama set a precedent that we Americans should learn from, they are liars and deceivers they have not honor or principles, just like the Bush boy Attorney General Alberto Gonzalez
God save American from all these SOBS.

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Anonymous said...

Did Brown ever get sentenced?

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