As a determined prosecutor of Mafia kingpins, Joel Friedman earned a reputation as a lawyer who would doggedly pursue the likes of Nicky Scarfo and John Stanfa until finally putting them behind bars.

Now in private practice, Friedman will need all that tenacity, and then some, to fight for a Jewish artist who survived the horrors of Auschwitz, in part by painting portraits of some of the victims for infamous camp doctor Joseph Mengele.

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