CORPORATIONS: In the Stockholders' Interest?

The public had never heard of keenwitted Manhattan Lawyer Abraham L. Pomerantz until he bobbed up late last fall as counsel for Russian Spy Valentin A. Gubitchev. For that job Pomerantz got an undisclosed fee (from an undisclosed source) which he claims was "the biggest ever paid in a criminal case." But that was not his usual line of work; only twice before in his career had Pomerantz taken a criminal case.

Pomerantz' regular business is filing suits in behalf of stockholders against corporation executives whom he suspects of having pulled a fast...

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