The Butler Snow law firm and the firm’s founder and CEO, Matt Thornton, have moved to force arbitration in response to the claims brought by Alysson Mills, the court-appointed receiver for admitted Ponzi schemer Arthur Lamar Adams and his company, Madison Timber Properties.

Meanwhile, Butler Snow, in a statement, is denying the allegations and downplaying its connection to Adams and his disgraced business.

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