A Star Law Professor And Expert Witness Is Selling His Fancy New York Condo For $15.9 Million

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Courtesy of Corcoran

Daniel Fischel, a legal expert who has made a career out of testifying on behalf of defendants in white collar cases, is selling a stunning apartment in midtown Manhattan for $15.9 million, according to the Real Deal.Fischel, a law professor at the University of Chicago, bought the apartment at One Beacon Park, better known as the Bloomberg Building, just over two years ago for $8.45 million. That means he expects to make a tidy profit.

He has appeared as an expert witness for the defence in several high-profile securities cases, including the trials of Enron executives Jeffrey Skilling and Ken Lay, and “junk bond king” Michael Milken.

The apartment is listed by Corcoran; it has three bedrooms and 360-degree views of Central Park, the George Washington Bridge, and even the Long Island Sound, according to the listing.

We’re not positive the decor in the listing photos is Fischel’s, but if it is, he appears to have interesting taste in bedroom art.

The apartment is on the 48th floor and has breathtaking views.

2,669 square feet of floor space.

And floor-to-ceiling windows.

The building is home to noted French restaurant Le Cirque.

It also has a private gym and valet parking.

The ceilings are 11-feet high.

See what we mean about the bedroom art?

The apartment has three bedrooms altogether.

And 3.5 bathrooms.

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