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Supreme Court: No decision on Dean vs. CB&T

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By Todd Martin

Shelbyville attorney Mark Dean and Commonwealth Bank & Trust will have to wait at least one more month for a decision from the Kentucky Supreme Court in a lawsuit Dean brought against the bank.

The suit, filed in 2009, accuses the bank of a violation of a Kentucky Uniform Commercial Code, as well as aiding and abetting fraud and illegal activity and breach of duty of ordinary care following his discovery that his secretary, Jody Wills, was writing counter checks and cashing them at CB&T.

A decision had been expected in October.


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