Carlton Fields Adds Experienced Bankruptcy Atty In Miami

Law360 (May 6, 2019, 8:33 PM EDT) -- Carlton Fields has bolstered its bankruptcy practices, adding a shareholder in its Miami office who was general counsel for the trustee in the $1.2 billion Rothstein Rosenfeldt & Adler law firm Ponzi scheme case, the largest in Florida history, the firm said Thursday.

David L. Gay, who came over from Florida firm Berger Singerman LLP, will be a member of the bankruptcy and creditors' rights section of Carlton Fields' national trial practice group, according to the firm.

"David adds great expertise and depth to our bankruptcy practice, particularly in the South Florida market," Donald R. Kirk, chair of the bankruptcy and...

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