Kathy Bazoian Phelps
Senior Counsel in Ponzi Scheme Litigation
and Bankruptcy Matters

Kathy is a senior business trial attorney with more than 30 years experience prosecuting and defending claims for high net worth clients involved in Ponzi scheme matters and in bankruptcy proceedings. Kathy’s practice includes recovering assets for clients in complex fraud cases under standard fee and alternative fee arrangements. She also handles SEC and CFTC whistleblower claims. Kathy also serves as a mediator in bankruptcy matters, in complex business disputes, and in matters requiring detailed knowledge about fraud or Ponzi schemes.

Kathy’s Clients in Ponzi Scheme Cases and Bankruptcy Matters
Equity Receivers
Bankruptcy Trustees
High Net Worth Investors
Debtors in Bankruptcy
Secured and Unsecured Creditors

Thursday, February 16, 2012

Welcome to the Ponzi Blog!

Posted by Kathy Bazoian Phelps

As the publication of The Ponzi Book approaches next month, decisions in Ponzi scheme cases continue to roll out on a nearly daily basis.  The Ponzi Book covers the waterfront and is the single legal resource that attorneys and others involved in Ponzi scheme cases can use in navigating their way through these complex cases.  With 22 chapters, over 800 pages, and over 3500 footnotes, you would think there was little left to say.  Yet new decisions in the ever growing number of Ponzi scheme cases are published daily, and readers need to be able to stay up on the latest law in these cases.

It is in this dynamic setting that this blog is launched.  The main goal of this blog is to provide readers of The Ponzi Book and the blog with updates on new Ponzi decisions and other developments of interest.  With as much Ponzi litigation as there is across the country now, there is no doubt there will be plenty of new decisions to review. 

Please register your email address or subscribe to a feed so that you can keep current.  At the same time, I look forward to your comments and to a healthy exchange of ideas and views on the unique and challenging issues that arise in the litigation that is necessary to unravel Ponzi schemes.  Please post your comments and feel free to contact me at kphelps@ThePonziBook.com with your ideas and suggestions.

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