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EX-EXEC OF BANKRUPT HEDGE FUND APPEALS 20-YEAR JAIL TERM United States v. Marino

14 No. 7 ANDERLR 6Andrews Derivatives Litigation Reporter (Approx. 2 pages)

EX-EXEC OF BANKRUPT HEDGE FUND APPEALS 20-YEAR JAIL TERM United States v. Marino

14 No. 7 ANDERLR 6Andrews Derivatives Litigation Reporter (Approx. 2 pages)

14 No. 7 Andrews Derivatives Litig. Rep. 6
Andrews Derivatives Litigation Reporter
*1 February 19, 2008
Hedge Funds
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EX-EXEC OF BANKRUPT HEDGE FUND APPEALS 20-YEAR JAIL TERM

United States v. Marino

A former hedge fund executive who defrauded investors of $450 million has appealed a 20-year jail term a New York federal judge imposed last month.
United States v. Marino, No. 06-CR-1036, notice of appeal filed (S.D.N.Y. Feb. 5, 2008).
Daniel Marino,...
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