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    Quote Originally Posted by Carolina Counsel View Post
    They already did. Eric Bland. He's already sued them.
    I have no idea who he is. Is he known to be tough and honest… or just another one of the ‘SC Swamp’? I hope it’s the former, but anymore it seems to be getting hard to bet on it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ecu1984 View Post
    you would think a firm this big would have some kind of insurance against mal-practice and lawyer thievery.
    CC, does such type coverage exist? Like liability, umbrella thingy for firms? Or would they have enough financial clout to be "self insured"?
    Lawyers have to carry malpractice insurance, but I am pretty confident that there would be a fraud exclusion. As a shareholder in a firm, you have an obligation to ensure that the trust account is protected. If client funds went missing from a trust account, that is no bueno for every shareholder.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WoodieSC View Post
    I have no idea who he is. Is he known to be tough and honest… or just another one of the ‘SC Swamp’? I hope it’s the former, but anymore it seems to be getting hard to bet on it.
    He is every lawyers’ nightmare. I don’t like him one bit, but he is good at what he does, which is suing lawyers. They couldn’t have made a better choice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Carolina Counsel View Post
    Lawyers have to carry malpractice insurance, but I am pretty confident that there would be a fraud exclusion. As a shareholder in a firm, you have an obligation to ensure that the trust account is protected. If client funds went missing from a trust account, that is no bueno for every shareholder.
    thanks, that makes sense. I was curious who would make these folks "whole" on the stolen insurance benefit monies

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carolina Counsel View Post
    He is every lawyers’ nightmare. I don’t like him one bit, but he is good at what he does, which is suing lawyers. They couldn’t have made a better choice.
    I don't know Eric, but his partner, Ronnie Richter, is one of the first people I would call if I needed legal help. Their firm serves a great public interest in that 98% of trial lawyers would never sue another lawyer. Lawyers do bad things sometimes and sometimes they just make mistakes, but it is up to other lawyers to police the profession. Most are unlikely to do it.
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    Nancy Grace is doing a special about it Sunday night at 10.

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    I'd just about cut off a finger to get out of watching Nancy Grace's face talking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Catdaddy View Post
    Nancy Grace is doing a special about it Sunday night at 10.


    I know what I won't be doing on Sunday night at 10.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carolina Counsel View Post
    He is every lawyers’ nightmare. I don’t like him one bit, but he is good at what he does, which is suing lawyers. They couldn’t have made a better choice.
    That's good to hear. I hope he cleans up for the Satterfields.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Highstrung View Post
    I'd just about cut off a finger to get out of watching Nancy Grace's face talking.
    I agree- not sure I'd cut off a finger. But I'd freely kick my shin straight into a trailer ball/hitch to not have to listen to her
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    Quote Originally Posted by ecu1984 View Post
    thanks, that makes sense. I was curious who would make these folks "whole" on the stolen insurance benefit monies


    My guess is the actual law firm will file bankruptcy or some other type of move to protect the firms assets. Whoever goes after this will name anyone and everyone they can

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    That's the first picture of the boat I've seen. I really don't know what I expected to see, and it's not too detailed of a picture, but I suspected alot more damage. .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carolina Counsel View Post
    Lawyers have to carry malpractice insurance, but I am pretty confident that there would be a fraud exclusion. As a shareholder in a firm, you have an obligation to ensure that the trust account is protected. If client funds went missing from a trust account, that is no bueno for every shareholder.
    Is there not a requirement that the escrow and/or trust accounts are reconciled monthly?
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