The litigation fallout from the fleecing of a $4.8 million escrow account by a Long Island bookkeeper working at his brother’s law firm continues, as a judge has declined to dismiss a suit against the bank that opened the account.

In February, Anthony Galasso was sentenced to 2 1/2 to 7 1/2 years in prison for embezzling the money deposited in 2004 by Stephen Baron, a client of Garden City, N.Y.-based Galasso, Langione, Catterson & LoFrumento, where Anthony’s brother, Peter, is a name partner.

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