Stet Tin Report
So I was interested in seeing Judge Stettin’s latest filing in bankruptcy court that details the finances at RRA.
You know, it’s been a while since I’ve had a bankruptcy matter but I had completely forgotten how antiquated the CM/ECF system is over there.It’s like you’re in a time warp and it’s 1997 all over again.
Anyway, on page 5 the good Judge sets forth the salary structure at RRA for 2008 and through October 09, which the Sun-Sentinel also summarizes here:
Rothstein, chairman and CEO, pulled in $35.7 million in 2008 and $10.5 million up to Oct. 31 of this year.
Rosenfeldt, president and 50 percent partner, received more than $6 million in 2008 and $847,599 in the first 10 months of this year.
Russell Adler, vice president and name partner, was paid $888,318 last year and $853,666 through Oct. 31 this year.
Grant Smith, assistant managing shareholder, received $335,210 last year and $331,712 through October.
David Boden, general counsel, received compensation of $637,874 last year and $380,404 this year.
Given the current state of the firm’s books and records, Stettin wrote that it was impossible to establish the firm’s gross income.
Question — Stu earned $6+ million in 08 as a fifty/fifty partner with Scott, who the same year earned nearly $36 million.Huh? What did Stu think the revenues of the firm were? What did he think his earnings were based on — or Scott’s for that matter?Adler, also a named partner but with no equity, took in around $800k both years, which is about all Stu had been earning for 09 thus far.None of this makes any sense to me at all.BTW, at 5 p.m. today the bankruptcy court will make an effort to join the 21st Century by migrating to new(er) CM/ECF system hardware.
In other words, Ervin is already getting results!
Actually, since our report yesterday Ervin has created a genuine Twitter account, though his tweets are protected — just like he’ll protect all of us when he becomes our next Bar President.
Glad we could be of service.