Need and Greed: The Story of the Largest Ponzi Scheme in American History

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Syracuse University Press, 1999 - Business & Economics - 377 pages
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Weisman, who has practiced law for 17 years and was formerly the general counsel to the Bennett family, the perpetrators of the subject of this book, offers an insider's view of an interesting story in the history of American investment fraud. This book explores the stories of ruined investors and employees, and federal agents, investigators, and lawyers, who came together to crack the case of the largest Ponzi scheme in American history, resulting in the theft of over $1 billion in pension funds.

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Weisman, an attorney currently specializing in corporate investigations, bankruptcy, and employment discrimination, was General Counsel to the Bennett Companies from 1984 to its demise in 1996. He ... Read full review

Contents

My Path to Bennett
6
Daze of Reckoning
22
Alms to the Poor
49
Copyright

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Weisman, the former General Counsel at Bennett, has been practicing law for over seventeen years.

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