Asset Protection's Bad Boy

It's Thursday morning, June 17, and a small bankruptcy courtroom in downtown Miami is packed with lawyers and summer associates who have gathered to see the latest showdown between asset protection bad boy Stephan Jay Lawrence, Judge A. Jay Cristol, Alan Goldberg (trustee in Lawrence's bankruptcy) and Goldberg's lawyers, who represent Lawrence's only real creditor, Bear Stearns & Co. Lawrence is something

It's Thursday morning, June 17, and a small bankruptcy courtroom in downtown Miami is packed with lawyers and summer associates who have gathered to see the latest showdown between asset protection bad boy Stephan Jay Lawrence, Judge A. Jay Cristol, Alan Goldberg (trustee in Lawrence's bankruptcy) and Goldberg's lawyers, who represent Lawrence's only real creditor, Bear Stearns & Co.

Lawrence is something of a rarity in the courthouse — and the bankruptcy world at large. Not only

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