Earn piles of money in just a few days with an exclusive opportunity to trade in a secret, risk-free market.That’s the pitch prominent D.C. attorney Lewis Rivlin allegedly made to a handful of investors who, it seems, never heard the phrase “no free lunch.”

Now Rivlin, who already owes $17 million in judgments from suits brought by individual investors, is in the cross-hairs of the Securities and Exchange Commission.

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