Metropolitan Mortgage & Securities

In 2004, a member of the firm was appointed, pursuant to a request of the United States Securities and Exchange Commission, to serve as the examiner in the bankruptcy cases of Metropolitan Mortgage & Securities and Summit Securities, two financial services companies with more than $3.5 billion in debt and facing significant allegations of financial fraud. The examiner's team, including the firm's attorneys Jeremy Richards and Jonathan Kim and forensic accountants, published two voluminous reports in six months, on time and within budget. The reports were the subject of compliments by opposing parties and the bankruptcy judge alike.

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