Goldman Sachs asked a federal judge on Tuesday to throw out a suit by an investor who claimed he lost $15 million because the company failed to tell him that it had an internal ban on doing business with Bernard Madoff and that he should pull his money out.

The company, which has denied having such a ban, says it owed no fiduciary duty because the investor wasn’t a client.

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