The recently released testimony of dodgy American lawyer Scott Rothstein – sentenced to 50 years in jail for a $1.2bn (£770m) Ponzi scheme fraud – puts events at Hogan Lovells, where partner Chris Grierson amassed £1m in false expenses, firmly in the shade.
His now defunct firm, Rothstein, Rosenfeldt and Adler, was at one point spending $60,000 (£39,000) a month on escorts and prostitutes for its lawyers and clients - with the encounters taking place in a flat paid for by the firm across the road from its headquarters in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Weed was routinely smoked by lawyers at the firm, with some partners getting stoned "in the office, in the garage, outside the office." Rothstein added: “I had some partners that couldn't come to work without smoking pot."
Here's a chunk of the amazing transcript: