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"The Usual Suspects," an article in the November 2002 issue of the American Lawyer cites Gary Naftalis among "yesterday's big names" still involved in today's actions. The article reports that some twenty years after Wall Street scandal helped put a number of prosecutors and defense lawyers on the map, a new crop of accused are reaching out for counsel. Notably, many of the high profile attorneys who served as prosecutors and defense counsel twenty years ago are playing prominent roles in today's cases.
Other distinguished attorneys mentioned in the article include Robert Fiske, Jr., Davis Polk & Wardwell; Jed Rakoff, Judge, Southern District of New York; and Stephen Kaufman, Stephen E. Kaufman, P.C.
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