Federal prosecutor joins McKool Smith

Daniel Levy will become partner at the firm in September

Former Assistant U.S. Attorney Daniel Levy will be joining McKool Smith as partner in September, the firm announced yesterday.

After 11 years as a criminal prosecutor in Manhattan, Levy said last week he would be stepping down. During his tenure as assistant U.S. attorney, he handled multiple jury trials and argued before the 2nd Circuit more than a dozen times. He also handled several high profile white-collar crime cases, and he assisted the government in its case against Swiss bank Wagelin & Co., which was accused of helping wealthy Americans avoid paying taxes.


Cathleen Flahardy

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