No-Contest Pleas in Jeff Christian Case

The ex-headhunter will get prison time after pleading no contest to felony charges stemming from a 2006 death and overdose linked to parties in his home

One of the strangest sagas in the headhunting world came closer to its conclusion July 17, when former Christian &amp Timbers Chief Executive Jeffrey Christian pleaded no contest to charges in the drug-related death of fellow recruiter Thomas Wasil and the overdose of a 17-year-old at his Cleveland-area home in 2006 (see BusinessWeek.com, 4/2/07, "The Rise and Fall of a Corporate Headhunter").

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