Wine Connoisseur's Fraud Suit Doesn't Age Well, Circuit Says

, New York Law Journal

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The statute of limitations bars billionaire wine aficionado William Koch from collecting damages from Christie's auction house for allegedly touting bottles of wine as coming from the cellars of Thomas Jefferson, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit ruled yesterday.

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  • LulaineRDLegalFunding

    It's always tough to lose a case not on the merits or the argument but on the time period expiring. At the same time, plaintiffs need to be aware of the time they have for their cases. Time flies especially in court and a year can become a decade in the blink of an eye.

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