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Scott Rothstein law partners probed
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Posted: Saturday, August 13, 2011
Joined: 10/12/2010
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Posted: 1/18/2010 10:38:22 AM

By: David Marchant

"The Florida Bar has expanded its investigation beyond disbarred lawyer Scott Rothstein to dozens of other colleagues in his now-defunct Fort Lauderdale law firm," reported The Miami Herald on January 14.

The article can be viewed at http://www.miamiherald.com/news/top-stories/story/1424006.html

According to The Herald, The Florida Bar has opened investigations into the following senior attorneys:

Russell S. Adler, vice president/shareholder

William J. Berger, shareholder

David J. Boden, general counsel

Shawn L. Birken, partner

Harold S. Bofshever, partner

Robert C. Buschel, partner

Sara Coen-Giovanelli, partner

Gary M. Farmer Jr., partner

Mark S. Fistos, partner

Scott A. Goldstein, partner

Julio E. Gonzalez Jr., partner

Frank Herrera, partner

Steven R. Jaffe, partner

Christina M. Kitterman, partner

Denis A. Kleinfeld, shareholder

Seth Michael Lehrman, partner

Carl H. Linder, shareholder

Steven N. Lippman, shareholder

Arthur C. Neiwirth, partner

Marc S. Nurik, shareholder

Steven H. Osber, partner

Michael A. Pancier, partner

Carlos J. Reyes, shareholder

Stuart A. Rosenfeldt, president/shareholder

John Michael Ross, partner

Grant J. Smith, shareholder

Adam J. Steinberg, partner

Barry J. Stone, shareholder

Richard B. Storfer, partner

Les Stracher, shareholder

Osvaldo F. Torres, partner

Matthew D. Weissing, partner

Johnny Williams Jr., partner

Tami R. Wolfe, partner


Anonymous
Posted: Saturday, August 13, 2011

Posted: 1/19/2010 9:02:35 AM

By: Offshore Atty

Does anyone know if the NY state bar went after any of the Dreyer law firm attorneys? After all, the Dreyer episode is virtually identical to the Rothstein case.


Anonymous
Posted: Saturday, August 13, 2011

Posted: 1/18/2010 6:22:00 PM

By: socheesy

ya think?? at least one of those individuals should have been in the scopes of the Florida bar before Rothstein's firm crashed. Bar looking for easy scalps to appear diligent after dropping the ball???


 

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