Ponzi Scheme Victims' Motion To Compel In Rothstein Case 'Prejudicial,' Bank Says

Ponzi Scheme Victims' Motion To Compel In Rothstein Case 'Prejudicial,' Bank Says

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. - TD Bank NA, a creditor in the Chapter 11 bankruptcy of law firm Rothstein Rosenfeldt Adler (RRA), on June 27 moved in bankruptcy court for an order that would deny a motion to compel filed by other creditors that were victims of the Ponzi scheme run by Scott Rothstein, on grounds the bank should not be forced to answer the interrogatories posed by the Ponzi scheme victims (In Re: Rothstein Rosenfeldt Adler, No. 09-34791, Chapter 11, S.D. Fla. Bkcy.).

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