I think a huge problem here is that most people are a bit unfamiliar with the law and what exactly the term 'law firm' means, as well as what is actually possible in civil litigation (the so-called 'press release' - authored by the 'firm' - mentions 'expanding the suit to include racketeering et seq.. Well, the big problem with this is that you cannot 'prosecute' a federal crime in a civil action in civil court. You can sue to recover monies obtained fraudulently, for instance, but you cannot sue somebody for a criminal act per se e.g. you can sue somebody for the tort of battery if you they punch you, but you cannot sue them for a 3rd degree assault (which I think is the relevant offense under NY Criminal law).
Their website also seems dodgy as hell - I've never heard of a reputable 'large' firm that does divorces as well as 'securities litigation'.
Seems incredibly dubious to the point of screaming dishonesty.