Secrets of the Pyramids

A Bankruptcy receiver specializes in unwinding Ponzi schemes.

, The American Lawyer

They don't teach you much about goats in law school. It was 1999, and Akerman Senterfitt shareholder Michael Goldberg had just been appointed receiver in the bankrutpcy of Cyprus Funds, an investment fund that turned out to be a Ponzi scheme and that held farmland all over Ohio. The Ponzi schemer himself had fled by the time Goldberg arrived in Ohio to take inventory. But in a pen on one of the farms, a lone goat remained.

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