Fraud, Not RICO Claims, Can Proceed Against Billionaire

, New York Law Journal

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Observing that the case before him was one "to restore faith in the old-fashioned notion that divorce lasts forever," a federal judge rebuffed a bid by billionaire hedge fund manager Steven Cohen to dismiss fraud claims brought by his former wife related to their 1990 divorce.

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Originally appeared in print as 'Divorce Lasts Forever,' Says Judge; Ex-Wife's Fraud Suit Proceeds

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