The New York Times reports that Attorneys with Sidley Austin Brown and Wood and bankers at Deutsche Bank may also face charges in connection with the KPMG tax shelter investigation:
But former KPMG partners are not the only potential individual defendants, the people briefed on the case said. While it is unclear whom else the government might be investigating, several financial and law firms worked with KPMG on the tax shelters; government documents show that the group included Deutsche Bank and a law firm formerly called Brown & Wood, now Sidley Austin Brown & Wood.
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