Frauds! Fakes! Ponzis! In Episode 92, Chris Cahill and Adam Hirsch, of Robinson, Curley & Clayton speak of these fascinating things, along with RICO! Restitution! and Receivers! Adam draws upon his experience litigating business fraud cases to illustrate recoveries and defenses. See also Adam’s column — (Alleged) Frauds, Fakes and Ponzis — on www.financialpoise.com.
Be sure to check out Adam’s column, (Alleged) Frauds, Fakes and Ponzis.
You can learn more about Adam Hirsch and Robinson Curley & Clayton P.C., click here.
Adam Hirsch has practiced law in Chicago for more than 15 years, with a regular focus on commercial litigation. After graduating from Harvard Law School in 2001, he began his legal career at Jenner & Block, LLP. For the last 11 years, he has practiced at Robinson, Curley & Clayton, P.C., a Chicago litigation boutique that has practices in commercial, receivership and employment litigation, and employment counseling.
Hirsch represents a wide variety of clients, ranging from individuals to small business owners to large corporations. He has a particular focus on business and investment disputes, in particular claims brought by investors relating to unregulated securities, limited partnerships and private equity investments.
Hirsch also shares his thoughts on current events and legal issues in the world of commercial fraud in his column called “(Alleged) Frauds, Fakes and Ponzis,” on FinancialPoise.com
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