The receivership for investor assets in the case against alleged Ponzi schemer Robert Stinson Jr. has sued a Bucks County lawyer, along with his wife and his former law firm, claiming all three benefited from the multimillion-dollar scheme.

According to the complaint in Schwartzman v. Razzano , filed Feb. 1 in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, Matthew L. Razzano and his former firm, Razzano & Kreutzer, received at least $265,000 in investor’s funds from Stinson and his various real estate hedge funds for three years before the Securities & Exchange Commission put a stop to Stinson’s alleged scheme in June 2010.

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