Circle of Greed is the epic story of the rise and fall of Bill Lerach, once the leading class action lawyer in America and now a convicted felon. For more than two decades, Lerach threatened, shook down and sued top Fortune 500 companies, including Disney, Apple, Time Warner, and most famously, Enron. Now, the man who brought corporate moguls to their knees has fallen prey to the same corrupt impulses of his enemies, and is paying the price by serving time in federal prison.
If there was ever a modern Greek tragedy about a man and his times, about corporate arrogance and illusions and the scorched-earth tactics to not only counteract corporate America but to beat it at its own game, Bill Lerach's story is it.
©2010 Patrick Dillon (P)2010 Random House
It is an interesting story but unfortunately too long, an endless list of court cases, some interesting but most of them not. This book is not worth the 2 credits and you should wait for the abridged version cutting the book down to 10 hours.
i am reviewing this for my significant other. i did not like the book. but my significant other loved the book. he rated it between 9-10 on a scale where 10 is the tops.
he liked the fact that so many familiar names were in the book--president clinton, bush, john edwards, and many many more.
he thinks the book is a book men would like better than women.
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