Judge lets creditors of company linked to meningitis attach insiders' assets

, The National Law Journal


A bankruptcy judge has granted the motions of creditors to attach $21.1 million in assets of four insiders of a company linked to a deadly fungal meningitis outbreak.

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    And yet guilty bankers--who dispossessed tens of thousands of families and spread unemployment, hardship and loss nationwide--remain imprisoned in their Rolls-Royces and Ferraris.

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    And yet guilty bankers—who dispossessed tens of thousands of families and spread unemployment, hardship and loss nationwide—remain imprisoned in their Rolls-Royces and Ferraris.

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