November 11, 2019 / 10:51 PM / a month ago

Prosecutors scrap with former Hunton partner’s ex-wife over last asset

Prosecutors are urging a federal judge to allow the government to seize $788,290 in the retirement account of an ex-partner of the law firm now known as Hunton Andrews Kurth who was convicted of fraud and reject his ex-wife’s dueling claim to the money.

Federal prosecutors in Boston in a brief on Friday said Scott Wolas’ ex-wife, Cecily Sturge, could not establish she is the legal owner of the retirement account, which they want to use to compensate his victims.

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