A former client of Marc S. Dreier who claims he was cheated out of $6.3 million has asked a federal judge to give him a first crack at funds forfeited by Dreier.

Last week, entrepreneur Paul Gardi urged Southern District of New York Judge Jed S. Rakoff to give him priority over “sophisticated” institutional investors who purchased hundreds of millions of dollars in bogus promissory notes from Dreier.

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