Before Bernard Madoff, there was Reed Slatkin, a California investor to the stars, who bilked hundreds of clients out of more than $200 million using a Ponzi-type scheme.

A New Jersey appeals court ruled Tuesday that one of Slatkin’s victims cannot pursue a malpractice claim against his law firm, Bryan Cave, which allegedly helped him conceal the fraud during an SEC investigation.

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