Ex-UBS Exec Gets Tax-Conspiracy Trial Pushed Back

Law360, New York (February 7, 2014, 3:37 PM EST) -- The upcoming criminal trial for a former UBS AG wealth management and banking head accused of helping U.S. taxpayers conceal their assets has been delayed until mid-October, his attorney said Friday.

In a January status conference, prosecutors and UBS executive Raoul Weil's attorneys sought a continuance of the trial, scheduled to begin Feb. 18, because they were still wading through millions of pages of documents. On Jan. 17 alone, the federal government had produced 3.8 million pages of records for UBS accounts held by U.S. taxpayers,...
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