Thursday, October 20, 2011

Scott Rothstein....Yawn.....



He's so 2008, come on!

What with the watches, cars, Kimmie, cigars, idiot hangers-on, massive law firm implosion.....who the hail cares anymore?

I guess the investors who lost everything.

So for them the Rothstein saga rolls on, including this sj order by Judge Cook on investor Coquina Investments' case against TD Bank.

The Court dismisses two of the key RICO counts, but allows two lesser tort claims to proceed.

Read it if you want to get all nostalgic for life way back then -- there's a fairly good summary of the "structured settlement" scheme drawn from undisputed facts.

4 comments:

  1. BNI is a scam. All attorneys are warned to avoid this cult/scam. They want to get inside your business, violate the the attorney client privilege and get kick backs on your fees. BNI promotes itself as a reputable business referral network. That is not true. They indoctrinate you and slowly wiggle their way inside your business by demandng more fees more bs for profit scam education classes while tracking your deposits and referrals and demanding you provide all members with business.

    Upon being solicited for this cult/scam call your local police department and then the attorney general's office of Florida. DO NOT GO TO A MEETING. THEY CAN BE VERY PERSUASIVE promising lots of new cases and fees and using scripted "testimonials" at the end of the meeting to try and trick you into believing they are all thriving. In fact they are all MULTI LEVEL MARKETING SCAMMERS VAMPIRES looking amd needing fresh blood.

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  2. Where do I join? Sounds like big bucks.

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  3. Dude looks like he's going to blow the mic!

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  4. I miss my Kimmie. I would love to take her to a BNI network nights event. That would turn some heads.

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