The downfall of one-time power broker Scott Rothstein amid fraud allegations that investors say cost them $400 million or more is generating new business for lawyers all over South Florida.

Rothstein Rosenfeldt Adler attorneys, along with banks listed in papers seized from the office of ousted firm chairman Rothstein, and investors who claim they have been fleeced have contacted South Florida’s high-profile legal elite seeking representation.

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