A Miami judge has ruled that a former principal in a series of investment firms is entitled to, at a minimum, answers on money he lost when he purportedly sold his interests in the firms to his onetime partner.

Circuit Judge William Thomas of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit ruled April 20 that defendant James Fratangelo must provide an equitable accounting of all assets owned by the companies to plaintiff John Olsen, and any funds that may be due to Olsen.

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