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Himan Brown, right, works in a CBS radio studio in New York in 1943 Himan Brown, foreground, works in a CBS radio studio in New York in 1943. (AP)

A private foundation set up by prolific radio producer Himan Brown convinced a judge in Manhattan Surrogate’s Court to sustain most of its lawsuit against Pryor Cashman partner Richard Kay over claims that he tricked Brown into adjusting his $100 million estate plan and exploited that control for his personal benefit.

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Jack Newsham

Jack Newsham writes about the New York legal community and the business of law, including law firm finance and management and the battle for talent. Email him at jnewsham@alm.com and find him on Twitter @thenewsham.

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