The financial problems of Tom Girardi and his law firm, Girardi Keese, continue to multiply, with the latest claim coming from the estate of Ed Masry, the attorney who worked with Girardi on the environment contamination case made famous by the 2000 film “Erin Brockovich.”

Many years after that case concluded, following Masry’s death, Masry’s firm filed for bankruptcy and transferred cases to Girardi Keese. In a July 9 court filing in the bankruptcy case of Masry’s law firm, Masry’s estate claimed that Girardi has yet to turn over settlement funds from nine of those cases.

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