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Primavera Familienstifung v. Askin
Primavera Familienstifung v. Askin 130 F. Supp. 2d 450, 2001 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 944
Federal Court
New York
United States District Court
John Y. Campbell<br>Burton G. Malkiel<br>Atanu Saha


This is a class action of securities fraud litigation in which the defendants moved for summary judgment as to various claims. As part of this proceeding, one of the defendants (defendant) m ...

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Primavera Familienstifung v. Askin

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