The accounting firm linked to jailed former attorney Scott Rothstein claims it's a victim of a smear campaign, it never audited Rothstein and has no liability in the $1.2 billion fraud for which he faces federal prison. But if recent history is any measure, Berenfeld Spritzer Schecter & Sheer could have plenty to worry about. Accounting firms, no matter how small, that performed work for what have turned out to be big-time Ponzi schemes are considered prime targets by victims and creditors as insured deep pockets.
Accounting Firm Tied to Rothstein Slams Suit as Smear Campaign
Daily Business Review
February 18, 2010