As mentioned in our post on May 6, the trial of three former Dewey & LeBoeuf executives began Monday with the Manhattan district attorney’s office methodically laying out its case in graphics and charts, and the Dewey lawyers’ counsel pinning the blame for the firm’s collapse on “greedy” lawyers who abandoned the firm and took lucrative clients with them on their way out.

Steven Davis, Stephen DiCarmine and Joel Sanders face chargers of larceny, fraud, and falsifying business records—to obtain financial investments to keep the struggling firm afloat. Zachary Warren, the firm’s client relations manager, will be tried separately.

The trial is expected to last six months.

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