Law Society ruling details links between North Battleford lawyer and convicted fraudster Allan Moen

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A 40-year relationship between a North Battleford lawyer and an investment counsellor ended with one man in jail and the other professionally disgraced.

Allan Moen was sentenced to three years in prison in January, 2016 after pleading guilty to swindling rural Saskatchewan investors of more than $700,000.

At the same time, the Law Society of Saskatchewan suspended Kevan Migneault to assess where his law firm fit into the fraud.

The society came out with its decision in June. Its prosecutor recommended that Migneault be disbarred.

Read more at CBC News

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.