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Rothstein partner Adler sued for 1.2 mil from ponzi scheme
Posted: Saturday, August 13, 2011

Posted: 2/12/2010 2:50:02 PM

By: more shoes dropping

like sneakers on parquet.

Bankruptcy lawyers going after 3 of Rothstein's law firm partners demanding they cough up 18 million dollars that were allegedly fraudulently transferred to them by the firm.,0,7516710.story

Another named partner is accused by bk trustee overseeing RRA bk filing of allegedly pocketing 9.4 million improperly.

That's funny, Kleinfeld, another former partner in RRA, loves talking about fraudulent transfers. Its one of his calling cards.,%20Attorney,%20Kleinfeld%20&%20Giacosa%20LLP,%20Miami,%20Florida,%20USA%22&author=author

It would be ironic if they subpoenaed Kleinfeld to explain from the stand the concept of fraudulent transfers.

This scandal has reached the halls of Congress. Specter donates tainted campaign money from Rothstein to charity but not other Rothstein associates.
IRS claims that RRA failed to file tax returns in 07 and 08.

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Posted: Saturday, August 13, 2011
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Posted: 2/10/2010 3:01:09 PM

By: socheesy

How many more shoes are gonna drop? Apparently, many, many more.


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