On March 2, 2011, Jeff Ifrah, founding partner of the Ifrah Law firm in Washington, D.C., provided commentary on two different breaking news items to The Washington Post, the Associated Press, ABC News, the Blog of the Legal Times and several other major news outlets.
That day, an article in The Washington Post quoted Ifrah on the significance of an FTC press conference at which the agency pledged to crack down on marketers who promise bogus business opportunities The same day, Ifrah was quoted on the same development in a posting on the Blog of Legal Times (BLT).
Also on March 2, the Associated Press quoted Ifrah on the issues behind a guilty plea by a former executive at Alabama-based Colonial Bank in a nearly billion-dollar fraud conspiracy involving a mortgage lender, Taylor Bean. The article was picked up by The Washington Post, salon.com, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, ABC News, Seattle Times, and many other outlets.
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