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U.S. District Judge Inge Johnson advanced U.S. Central Federal Credit Union’s fraud securities suit into discovery phase on March 2 when she denied the so-called “director defendants” motion to dismiss. In denying the motion, Judge Johnson wrote the case involves “complex factual issues that are more appropriately addressed in motions for a summary judgment.” On Feb. 25, she denied a separate motion to dismiss filed by U.S. Central’s accounting firm RubinBrown LLP.

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