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Frank Schettino, a managing partner at Anchin, Block & Anchin, said the firm plans to explore its legal options, including appealing the verdict.
“For more than 90 years, the professionals at Anchin have built a reputation for honesty and integrity,” Schettino said in a statement. “The firm will endure despite today’s outcome.”
Snapper pleaded guilty in 2011 to lying about the source of 21 contributions of $2,300 each to Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.
Snapper acknowledged that he knew that the contributors did not make the donations in 2008, but instead they were reimbursed from an account belonging to Cornwell. He admitted the reimbursements caused Clinton’s presidential committee unwittingly to file false reports with the Federal Election Commission identifying the 21 donors as the contributors.
Cornwell has lived in the Boston area for the last six years. She is married to Staci Gruber, a neuroscientist and assistant psychiatry professor at Harvard Medical School. The lawsuit alleged that Anchin also mishandled Gruber’s finances.
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