Is Reiner Füllmich really a fraud lawyer?
I've known many attorneys who have sued major corporations for fraud. I share what I've learned from them, and size up the facts and reasoning of the former head of the Corona Investigative Committee.
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Dear Friend and Listener:
As you may know, the Corona Investigative Committee has recently disbanded in the wake of a financial scandal. While people are worrying about the claimed €1.35 million said to have gone missing, I have a more relevant question: is Reiner Füllmich really a fraud lawyer?
He is charming. He’s personable. He is admitted to the bar in California and, so far as we know, in Germany. But does he have a clue? Does he have his facts straight? I will not be considering his claims of victory over Volkswagen and Deutch Bank, but rather his thought process as an attorney — the one thing that nobody seems to be discussing.
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