A Manhattan appellate court has ruled that noted litigator Stanley S. Arkin is entitled to a “success fee” for his representation of former Citigroup investment management chief Thomas W. Jones.

Fired in 2004 following a scandal in which Citigroup was banned from the Japanese private banking market, Jones hired Arkin and his firm Arkin Kaplan to pursue a suit against his former employer.

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