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Doug Kelley’s Clawback Incorporated, In The Wake Of Petters’ Ponzi Scheme

Trustee Doug Kelley has created a mini-industry that’s out to recover as much as $18.4 billion for the victims of the Petters Ponzi scheme. But the recovery efforts are making many debtors—which include nonprofits—feel victimized. Kelley says he has no choice: “We are making law day by day.”

January

Doug Kelley Leads "Clawback Incorporated" + What Business Thinks: TMI?

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