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 […]