An en banc Superior Court panel has ordered a new trial in a case in which a western Pennsylvania trial judge awarded $102.7 million in 2003 to one of the owners of a property company identified as being at the center of a mid-1980s Ponzi scheme.

On the losing side of the verdict was Ernst & Young, a predecessor of which had been hired to help reorganize the property company and a group of related entities for the purposes of federal bankruptcy proceedings in the late 1980s.

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