After almost three many years of training class motion safety regulation, Brian Felgoise is not any stranger to corruption. Now he’s giving a glimpse into the amoral underworld of regulation in a brand new, satirical novel “Filthy Wealthy Legal professionals: The Training of Ryan Coleman.” “What I wish to do is sort of pull the curtains again and shed some gentle on the legal professionals and the nonsense that I’ve been coping with,” says Felgoise, who collaborated with author David Tabatsky.
“Filthy Wealthy Legal professionals” tells the story of a younger, bold lawyer from Philadelphia who finds his stand-up values are in battle with the underbelly of the regulation. As he associates with an increasing number of high-powered and rich legal professionals utilizing their riches from class motion fits to begin a hedge fund, Ryan is uncovered to a lifetime of luxurious like nothing he’s skilled earlier than. However with personal jets comes a realization that he’s in over his head. “None of those different legal professionals function alone,” says Tabatsky. “They’ve a community of different, badly behaving individuals.”
In what the authors describe as a “ethical story,” Ryan navigates the authorized underground and struggles to maintain his rules intact. “It creates an actual ethical battle,” says Tabatsky. “He’s a really all the way down to earth man, however instantly he’s in an entire different universe. He’s bought to steer his ethical compass by all that, however on the identical time he’s actually hungry to ‘succeed’ and achieve some model of wealth.”
Writer Brian Felgoise
The story is loosely based mostly on Felgoise.
Felgoise, a Philadelphia native and father of two, says the story is loosely based mostly on himself. As an example, the ebook opens with Ryan in scorching water in a Dallas courtroom. “It’s an actual state of affairs that occurred to me. I stood up out of flip, and the choose actually ripped into me,” Felgoise recalled. However, whereas most of the tales in “Filthy Wealthy Legal professionals” take the drama to the satirical stage, the authors made certain to maintain the ebook grounded in actuality. “It’s true to the world,” Tabatsky says. “That’s what good satire is — there’s a positive line between fact and fiction.”
The pair are already engaged on a sequel and hope sooner or later to take the story to the large display screen. Within the meantime, they’re excited that the primary installment of “Filthy Wealthy Legal professionals” will expose corruption whereas additionally being a reprieve.
“I hope that readers will simply have a very good time and that they’ll be laughing,” says Tabatsky. “Their heads will spin just a little bit as a result of it’s simply easy, good leisure.”