Financial Firms Accused Of Flouting Court Order In NFL Suit

By Ryan Boysen (August 2, 2018, 9:00 PM EDT) -- Class counsel for ex-NFL players in the massive concussion settlement on Monday turned up the heat on an investment manager accused of misusing $3 million in class members' savings, telling a Pennsylvania federal court that the company has refused to turn over its books and is embroiled in several legal actions.

Monday's brief, two-page letter by Christopher A. Seeger of Seeger Weiss LLP said the group of investment funds known as the "Cambridge entities" has failed to obey an earlier court order directing them to show exactly where the players' money is and what it's invested in.

Seeger also said he's...

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