Self-made billionaire Thomas Siebel got the green light Monday to proceed with a malicious prosecution suit against a San Mateo County, Calif., judge and a former San Francisco Bay Area lawyer.

The California Supreme Court all but opened the courthouse door for the former Silicon Valley executive by unanimously ruling that a settlement in an underlying fraud suit constituted a favorable judgment that allows Siebel to sue the attorneys who brought the case.

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