Ex-UBS Exec's Criminal Tax Fraud Trial May Get Pushed Out

Law360, New York (January 22, 2014, 5:48 PM EST) -- An upcoming criminal trial for a former UBS AG wealth management and banking head accused of helping U.S. taxpayers conceal their assets may be delayed, after lawyers told a Florida federal court Wednesday they need more time to evaluate mountains of evidence.

In a status conference, prosecutors and Raoul Weil's attorneys said they will seek a continuance of the trial, scheduled to begin Feb. 18, since they are still wading through millions of pages of documents. On Jan. 17 alone, the federal government produced 3.8 million...
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