Patricia Cornwell, author of the bestselling Kay Scarpetta mystery novels, won a judgment of $50.9 million against her former financial managers in federal court Tuesday in Boston. Cornwell accused her former money management firm Anchin, Block & Anchin LLP and its former principal, Evan Snapper, of negligence in the handling of her finances. Lawyers for the New York firm and Snapper said there was no money missing from Cornwell’s accounts.
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Front Section, Pages 2 on 02/20/2013
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