U.S. District Judge Lewis Liman of the Southern District of New York on Thursday dismissed the remaining claims in a lender liability case involving a planned multibillion-dollar real estate development near Dallas, months after he reopened the case to allow the plaintiff developers to replead two of their claims for fraudulent transfer.

Liman also declined the plaintiffs’ request that he transfer the case back to Georgia, where it originated as part of a bankruptcy proceeding in 2020.

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