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BankruptcyMisconduct.com has been directing the public's attention to the operations and activities of various individuals as they act, or fail to act, to police, enforce, and fulfill important Congressional mandates related to the integrity of the bankruptcy process as well as applicable rules of professional and judicial conduct. Practices of various professionals involved in the bankruptcy process which damage the American enterprise, economy, and individuals, are due to the self regulation and self policing mechanisms of these professionals.

The people listed on this page include bankruptcy lawyers, bankruptcy judges, government lawyers charged with regulating the bankruptcy industry, Securities and Exchange Commission officials, and others. It is not too surprising that some private lawyers would break laws in their quest for money. Sadly, many government officials violate their oaths for the same reason. These corrupt officials aid, abet, or tacitly approve of crimes as their part of a quid pro quo.

 

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(10/22/19) Debevoise & Plimpton

Bold and Brazenly going where no Prudent Man hath gone before... Oh no you didn't! You hired a fabulously Crooked Lawyer who caused his buddy Bruce Bennett's firm to implode, bringing a clould of shame with them as they jumped ship, which brought ugly attention to their new shop Dewey LeBoeuf, ...
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(01/28/10) Routine Illegality

  New Study Accuses Bankruptcy Judges Of Routine Illegality Thanks to all of you loyal readers of BankruptcyMisconduct.com, and those of you who have contributed so much in the form of tips, documents, links, and moral support. We apologize, on behalf of the nation, to all of you who have be...
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(03/30/09) Dreier Crime Family

  Paul Traub and Marc S. Dreier are named together as New York Superlawyers in September 2008. "Attorneys selected for inclusion in Super Lawyers account for approximately five percent of the New York Bar. Honorees are selected based on a combination of peer voting, a blue ribbon p...
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(04/03/09) O'Brien's Dilemma

  The Little Engine that Couldn't Thomas P. O'Brien, a retired U.S. Naval officer and F-14 fighter weapons officer, was sworn in as the U.S. Attorney for the Central District of California in late 2007. Not long thereafter he received a written complaint by the whistle-blower to the...
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(04/03/09) Goldman Sachs

We have said it before about The eToys Perjury Matter and we'll say it again: This eToys case just won't go away! How many public servants will audaciously contort themselves like a tangled ostrich in order to avoid their duty in the face of clear facts of false declarations before a court...
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(01/16/10) Agency Conflict

Perhaps the most striking similarity between Bankruptcy Courts and Surrogate Courts is the fundamental existence of Agency Conflict. The Headless Fee Pot - A "Sitting Duck" for Agency Conflict Abuse Agency Conflict, in the context of estates such as in bankruptcies and wills, as well as certa...
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