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December 5, 2008 | ASSOCIATED PRESS
A judge says the time has passed for a businessman to bring a lawsuit against President Clinton over an alleged business dealing. Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Aurelio Munoz on Thursday dismissed Clinton as a defendant in a civil suit filed in 2003 by businessman and one-time Clinton fundraiser Peter F. Paul. Munoz said the statute of limitations had run out on Paul's claims. Paul alleged that Clinton interfered with his business dealings with a Japanese businessman, which led to the collapse of Stan Lee Media, a company started with comic book legend Stan Lee. Paul's attorney said her client didn't learn of Clinton's actions until later, and the statute of limitations should be extended because Paul was incarcerated for part of that time on stock fraud charges.
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July 20, 2003 | Michael Cieply and James Bates, Times Staff Writers
In the long, hot summer of 2000, Stephen M. Gordon and his associates wrote big checks by the dozen. One, for $63,788.48, went to Wolfgang Puck's restaurant Spago, for catering. Another, for $12,800, paid Rogers & Cowan for publicity. Yet another, for $30,048.31, covered a private jet trip for Cher. The money came from brokerage accounts in the Century City office of Merrill Lynch & Co.
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