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Marcus Einfeld is a former Federal Court of Australia judge, prominent human rights advocate and businessman.
In 2006 Einfeld testified in a magistrates court that the driver of his car at the time of a traffic infringement was a visiting U.S. academic. However, the women had been dead for three years. As the crisis gathered momentum Einfeld hired the Australian public relations firm CPR.
Einfeld was also President of the now-defunct non-profit legal group, Australian Legal Resources International.
- Patron, A Just Australia 
- Tim Dick, "Einfeld-led company collapses in debt", Sydney Morning Herald, August 15, 2006.
- Chris Merritt, "Lapse in judgment: A legal giant is in jeopardy", The Australian, August 15, 2006.
- Nico Hines and Chris Merritt, "Einfeld engages PR firm used to disasters", The Australian, August 25, 2006.
- Chris Merritt,, "Grant helped Einfeld travel world", The Australian, August 26, 2006.
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- ↑ Patrons List, A Just Australia, accessed March 19, 2008.