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

Sunday, April 1, 2012

A Treasure Trove of Ponzi Pleadings

Posted by Kathy Bazoian Phelps

Access to sample complaints asserting relevant claims and briefs asserting cogent legal arguments would be a dream come true when handling a complex fraud case, especially a Ponzi case. Remarkably, many such samples are readily available on the internet.  These pleadings are real-life examples of filings in some of the biggest and most complex Ponzi cases ever.

While writing The Ponzi Book: A Legal Resource for Unraveling Ponzi Schemes, we compiled a list of all of the websites that we could locate on pending and recent Ponzi cases. Trustees and receivers have established these sites to keep investors and others advised of the status of their cases, and they post all relevant complaints, motions, and other pleadings on a current basis. These websites provide valuable access to their legal theories and the arguments raised in response. 

Whether you are looking for forms of pleadings to assist you in your own Ponzi case, or for briefs on issues that you are facing, or for information that you need regarding an existing Ponzi case, this information can be found in the websites of these infamous Ponzi cases.  Rather than trolling the dockets of individual cases in bankruptcy or district courts, you can access all of the links to these websites on one page for your convenience.  Check it out at:

Also, please let me know if you are aware of any other trustee or receiver websites in Ponzi cases that should be added to the list. 

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