Nearly two years after the arrest of a hedge fund manager for cheating investors out of $20 million, a New York lawyer has become ensnared in the fallout from the scheme.

In a civil suit filed last week in Manhattan Supreme Court, the Alexander Dawson Foundation claims that hedge fund manager Mark Bloom, the owner of North Hills L.P., “received assistance” from three accountants as well as attorney Victor M. Rosenzweig, who served as the director of North Hills Management LLC, a general partner of the hedge fund.

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