Consider this: There's a legal dispute between business partners (We're talking an $18 million dispute). Then comes along a shady character who claims he is owed $28,700.
And in order to get the $ 28,700 he files something called "involuntary bankruptcy"
The timing of the involuntary bankruptcy filed by this Shady character comes 2 days prior to the deposition of the companies employees.
Now what if this Shady character worked for the guy against whom the arbitration was initiated?
This is exactly what happened in the fascinating case of Gerald Tobin versus Michael Avenatti.
That man was Gerald Tobin. www-m.cnn.com/2018/06/01/pol…
What do you think?
Well Avenatti knew Tobin. Avenatti's lawyers described Tobin as a "private investigator" who'd performed undisclosed services for Avenatti's firm
Source: CNN article referenced above
Unable to resolve the matter, Tobin said, he decided to file an involuntary bankruptcy
Surely it's coincidence.