US Defends 'Very Large' Discovery In CDR Fraud Case

Law360, New York (August 22, 2011, 3:20 PM EDT) -- A U.S. prosecutor conceded Friday that the volume of discovery materials was “very large” in a criminal bid-rigging and market manipulation case against three Rubin/Chambers Dunhill Insurance Services Inc. executives, but denied that the defendants were unfairly burdened by the evidence.

Responding to a letter by the defendants — the California-based brokerage firm's President David Rubin, Chief Financial Officer Zevi Wolmark and Vice President Evan Zarefsky — that said they had been unfairly buried under a mountain of evidence, U.S. Attorney Rebecca Meiklejohn rejected the notion...
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