The U.S. Fifth Circuit once again ruled against an investor in Stanford International Bank, the notorious Houston-based Ponzi scheme. The ruling likely signals an end to at least one thread of litigation in the 11 years since its $7 billion collapse. Allen Pusey explains . . .
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