The Fort Lauderdale firm of Rothstein Rosenfeldt Adler was forced into involuntary bankruptcy after Rothstein briefly fled the country to avoid prosecution when his $1.2 billion fraud scheme collapsed in October 2009.

Herbert Stettin, the court-appointed trustee for RRA, has been filing adversary lawsuits to recover money for creditors and investors who lost money in the settlement financing scheme.

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