Five executives and finance professionals from the now-bankrupt international law firm Dewey & LeBoeuf have been charged with facilitating a $150 million fraudulent bond offering and inflating financial results, including a $7.5 million line item reduction labeled "Accounting Tricks."

The Securities and Exchange Commission charged the five executives Thursday, and the Manhattan District Attorney’s office also filed criminal charges against three of them in a related matter.

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