Former DOJ Atty Weighs In On Ex-Traders' Misconduct Claims

Law360 (March 18, 2020, 5:54 PM EDT) -- A former prosecutor with the Department of Justice's Fraud Section who accused the agency division of abusing foreign evidence requests is seeking to weigh in on former Deutsche Bank and Merrill Lynch traders' claims that the alleged misconduct affected the cases against them.

Former trial attorney Ankush Khardori made filings with two Illinois federal judges on Monday urging them to allow him to file in the cases and provide information on his recent memo to the DOJ’s Office of Inspector General. In the memo filed with the OIG in February and reviewed by Law360, Khardori claimed the requests for evidence from...

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