Fraudster Seeks To Bar Post-A&O Work From Sentencing

Law360, New York (September 26, 2011, 6:32 PM ET) -- A convicted former A&O Resource Management Ltd. executive berated prosecutors Monday for including information about fraud he allegedly committed after he left A&O in the sentencing phase of a case in Virginia over a $102 million insurance investment scheme.

A&O co-founder Christian M. Allmendinger faces a life sentence after being convicted on seven fraud and money laundering charges over his role in the scheme. Prosecutors alleged that A&O, which marketed life settlement investment products, lied about its prior successes, its size and office locations, and the...
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