Ex-Goldman Coder Can't Collect $2.4M In Attys' Fees Yet

Law360, New York (December 17, 2012, 8:18 PM EST) -- A New Jersey federal judge said Friday that a former Goldman Sachs Group Inc. programmer can't yet recoup $2.4 million in attorneys' fees from the bank to defend himself in a criminal case alleging he stole Goldman computer code, saying further discovery was necessary.

U.S. District Judge Kevin McNulty denied summary judgment bids from both parties, saying it was not yet clear if Sergey Aleynikov's position as a vice president in Goldman's equities division entitled him to reimbursement under Goldman's corporate bylaws, which require the bank...
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