Judge Tosses Russian Bank's Suit Seeking $30M from Former Tycoon

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A California judge dismissed a Russian bank's bid to enforce a $30 million judgment against the former co-owner of a chain of Russian stores selling toys and children's clothing, who is now living under political asylum in the United States.

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Originally appeared in print as Judge Tosses Russian Bank's Suit Seeking $30M From Former Tycoon

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  • Lesia

    "Russian Republic" was only briefly in existence in 1917 (!). This is embarrassing, Daily Report...

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