Seifert, Early Found Guilty on All Counts

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NEW YORK Former Ogilvy & Mather executives Shona Seifert and Thomas Early today were found guilty of plotting to overbill the government’s $1 billion Office of National Drug Control Policy account to cover a $3 million revenue shortfall on the business.

Seifert and Early were found guilty on all 10 counts against them: one for conspiring to defraud the government, and the rest for filing false claims.

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