Feds' Nondisclosure Tests Premium Point Judge's Patience

Law360 (July 24, 2020, 10:42 PM EDT) -- A federal judge who oversaw the trial of former Premium Point Investments CEO Anilesh Ahuja warned prosecutors on Friday that they have one last shot to set the record straight about their involvement in drafting a cooperator's guilty plea after failing to disclose that fact during and after trial.

Ahuja and bond trader Jeremy Shor were convicted last year after jurors heard that they were involved in a scheme to inflate the hedge fund's assets by $100 million. After trial, the pair have argued that Assistant U.S. Attorney Joshua Naftalis lied to U.S. District Judge Katherine Polk Failla about having drafted...

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