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Michael Goldberg Featured in The Boston Globe as Receiver in Complex EB-5 Fraud Case
December 6, 2016
Michael Goldberg, co-chair of Akerman's Fraud & Recovery Practice Group, was featured in The Boston Globe article titled, "Vermont's $200 Million Mountain of Trouble." The article detailed the complex EB-5 fraud case involving the New England ski resort Jay Peak and highlighted Goldberg's role as court-appointed receiver.

The Boston Globe wrote, "When federal judges need to appoint a fixer in these types of situations, [Goldberg’s] the JD with an MBA on their speed dial. In his role as court-appointed receiver, he has been a soybean farmer, the head of a natural herbal remedy lab, and a concert promoter. Now Goldberg — a partner in Akerman LLP, one of the law firms that represented Bernie Madoff’s victims — is keeping Jay Peak afloat."

Goldberg has managed some of the largest Ponzi scheme liquidation recoveries and SEC receiverships in U.S. history. As court-appointed receiver, he helps victims maximize potential returns by identifying, securing, and monetizing potential assets as quickly and efficiently as possible.

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