You know what they say about getting your name in the press -- it's all good.
So by that measure I suppose this is a positive development:
Money shmoney, that's ok -- but no one touches the paintings!
In March, a federal jury in Richmond, Virginia convicted Okun of wire fraud, money laundering, smuggling, perjury and conspiracy, following a three-week trial.
Earlier this month, a federal judge sentenced the Miami businessman to 100 years in prison and to forfeit $40 million.
According to the filing, some of Okun's former lawyers have also agreed to make payments to the tax firm's estate to resolve possible claims.
Kluger, Peretz, Kaplan & Berlin PL will pay roughly $10.7 million, while Michael Rosen will pay $925,000, the filing shows.
BTW, check out the snazzy new KPKB website redesign.