MADISON (AP) - The Wisconsin Supreme Court has revoked the law license of aMilwaukee attorney who admitted to embezzling $2.4 million from aTexas-based client and then losing it all at area casinos.
The court ordered Wednesday that attorney Thomas H. Koch'slicense be revoked after Koch said he couldn't defend himself fromthe charges.
In February, Koch was charged with a felony theft charge forallegedly embezzling $2.4 million in settlement claims from aDallas company called Affiliated Computer Services. That companyworks with medical insurers to see whether the insured are suing torecover costs for injuries.
According to the criminal complaint, Koch admitted to embezzlingthe money between 2001 and 2008 and then blowing it on slotmachines at the Potawatomi Casino.
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