After Dennis O'Riordan, how to avoid being conned by a fake CV
First class degree and PhD from Oxford, Master's degree from Harvard, Member of the New York Bar. Impressive? Certain City law firms certainly thought so when they hired top litigator Dennis O'Riordan (known as Tom).
But, as was recently discovered, his CV was bogus and he did not have many of the academic qualifications of which he boasted. His employment was rapidly terminated by a red-faced employer.
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