It looks like Ropes & grey may have another former associate involved in the Galleon insider trading ring.
A former intellecutal proeprty associate at Ropes & grey has been named by the “U.S. attorney’s office in a “notice of intent to file an information,” the WSJ Law blog reported.
The assoicate is Brien Santarlas and such a notice of intent indicates that he assoicate is likely to plead guilty to criminal charages at a hearing scheduled for this afternoon. The Law blog notes that the lead prosecutor who filed the notice is the same one leading the Galleon matter.
Another Ropes & grey associate, Arthur Cutillo, was charged last month on insider-trading related charges.
The WSJ Law Blog story is here.
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