Jeffrey Stone was included in an April 25 Chicago Daily Law Bulletin story about former Chicago federal prosecutors who now have a white-collar defense practice. The story noted that Mr. Stone is McDermott's co-chair elect, and placed him among the former prosecutors who have maintained the integrity and peer respect that they had developed as prosecutors. "When I was in the U.S. Attorney's Office," Mr. Stone explained, "one of my mentors always said, 'If you wouldn't be comfortable seeing it on the front page of the Chicago Tribune, or you wouldn't be comfortable having your mother read about it the next morning, don't do it.' [I]t's . . . a simple aphorism, but it's true."