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January 28, 2023

Bryan Shaw’s Lawyer Has a Perfectly Good Explanation for His Client’s Guilty Plea in KPMG Insider Trading Case

For once, we have a lawyer who is of very few words:

"He pled guilty because he is guilty," [Nathan] Hochman said. "Mr. Shaw, as he's been heard saying, made some incredibly stupid decisions." 

We can expect a similar explanation from Scott London on May 30. Stay tuned.

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