Mark Brodsky knows the nasty things the haters say about him. Things like he’s a bully. An extortionist. A hedge-fund vulture.
But suggest that he’s litigious, and his eyes widen.
“If anyone calls us litigious, it’s name-calling,” says the lawyer-turned-distressed debt investor, who has spent two decades suing cash-strapped corporations and, on one occasion, an entire country over unpaid debts.
But Wall Street isn’t about sticks and stones. It’s about money.
And in a business with no shortage of sharp elbows, Brodsky has some of the sharpest -- and he’s pretty good with them, too. Using novel legal theories and...
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