By David Mittleman

The breach of trust we bestow upon people who work so hard to achieve it is a paradoxical dilemma difficult to wrap your head around. But it happens time and time again, with leaders in all those special places we see “successful” people rise and fall. Politicians, business people, lawyers, judges, clergy, coaches, and, in this post, doctors. How big of a mansion do you need? Want? Seventy-year-old Dr. Lazar Feygin lived in a palatial mansion prosecutors say opioids and Medicaid fraud bought. He and his associates were listed in New York …read more