Swindled Out Of $280,000, But He Can't Recover From Lawyer

, Daily Business Review


Appellate attorney William Wolk said his client can't even recover from the lawyer who stole his $280,000 because the lawyer technically stole from the bankrupt Florida Philharmonic Orchestra.

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  • Darren McKinney

    My organization routinely cites -- for good reason -- South Florida among the nation‘s Judicial Hellholes in its annual report of the same name (see www.judicialhellholes.org). The Florida Bar is a stinking clown car full of shysters watching each others‘ backs as they buy judges willing to protect their rackets.

    -Darren McKinney, American Tort Reform Association, Washington, D.C.

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