3 responses to “(Pent)House Arrest, Marc Dreier Edition”

  1. […] the United States Marshal” evict “all persons located within said premises.”  As previously discussed here, the firm’s sole equity partner, Marc S. Dreier, who is being prosecuted criminally for an […]

  2. […] over whether Dreier should be allowed to remain under house arrest in his Manhattan apartment (see it here) until he is sentenced in two months.  Although U.S. Judge Jed Rakoff stated that Dreier […]

  3. […] apartment $10.4 million Midtown Manhattan condominium, where he recently served his “(Pent)House Arrest,” is scheduled to be auctioned at 1 pm today, along with its contents. As previously […]