After the Law Journal reports on a case or controversy, sometimes there are new developments that we miss out on when we move on to the next story. With 2016 coming to an end, we decided to take stock of new developments in some of those cases.

GOLDMAN SACHS COMPUTERS

As 2016 ends, resolution still appears far off in a long and arduous litigation fight between Goldman Sachs and a former company vice president, Sergey Aleynikov. As the new year approaches, Aleynikov is waiting hopefully for two rulings that are now pending—one, from a state appeals court in his New York criminal case, and the other, from the Delaware Supreme Court, on his bid for indemnification from Goldman Sachs, said his attorney, Kevin Marino of Marino, Tortorella & Boyle in Chatham.

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