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http://nycourts.law.com/CourtDocumentViewer.asp?view=Document&docID=46866 Judge Haight PLAINTIFFS FILED a class action seeking damages arising from allegedly fraudulent acts related to the auditing and administration of Lancer Offshore Inc., a hedge fund formed under the laws of the British Virgin Islands. Concurrent to the ongoing development of the instant action, the Securities and Exchange Commission filed a separate but related lawsuit in the Southern District of Florida before Chief Judge William J. Zloch. Lead plaintiff moved for an order pursuant to 28 USC �1404(a) to transfer the case to the Southern District of Florida, specifically to Chief Judge Zloch of that court. The court granted plaintiff’s motion, finding that transferring the action allows related actions to be consolidated in a single forum. The court added that one of the key purposes of Judge Zloch’s case management order and his appointment of a receiver was to consolidate all actions arising out of the Lancer hedge fund into a single forum, and distribute damage awards, if any, to multiple parties in a fair and judicious manner.

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