Anthony Pellicano, who was served Monday with an indictment that underscores the breadth and complexity of a case that prosecutors say is still ongoing, has pleaded not guilty to charges of federal racketeering and wiretapping.

There were no specific lawyers or law firms mentioned in the 110-count indictment. The indictment does, however, mention that the information allegedly obtained through wiretapping was used as a “tactical advantage in litigation” to learn opponents’ plans.

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