Receiver Sues Blank Rome Over Document Production

, The Legal Intelligencer

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The receiver of a financial services company that turned out to be a Ponzi scheme has sued Blank Rome in an effort to compel the production of client files the firm has related to one of the scheme's lenders.

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  • Paul Carpenter

    I am confused. What is the purpose of a conference "in the matter" on 8/28? They have not-complied with 2 subpoenas so far. A third one was issued and the judge gave them until 8/21 to comply and also schedules a conference even before the deadline arrives, for one week after the deadline.

    Why is the party, which is not in compliance, not sanctioned?

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