As the prickly Milberg Weiss investigation seems to be reaching an end — a judge wants final indictments this month — its seedy genesis has gotten some renewed judicial attention.

A Connecticut judge ruled last week that the ex-wife of the ophthalmologist-cum-insurance fraudster who got the case rolling doesn’t have to cough up cash to reimburse bilked insurers.

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