Taking their cue from a recent federal appellate decision, former KPMG employees involved in what is said to be the largest criminal tax case in U.S. history are pressing to have the case dismissed.

Southern District of New York Judge Lewis Kaplan, in an order released Thursday, said the defendants had advised him on May 24 that they would move “promptly” for dismissal of the charges that they created illegal tax shelters for clients.

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