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Sergey Aleynikov, left, exits Manhattan federal court with his attorney, Kevin Marino, in February 2012.Sergey Aleynikov, left, exits Manhattan federal court with his attorney, Kevin Marino, in February 2012. (AP/Louis Lanzano)

In the span of just four days, Sergey Aleynikov, the former Goldman Sachs programmer accused of stealing the investment bank’s valuable source code, was hit with a pair of rulings that once again call into question the 46-year-old’s legal fate and threaten to further complicate his already protracted fight to secure defense fees from his former employer.

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