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Ex-Hedge Funder Gets Law License Back a Year After Neiman Marcus Fraud Conviction

  • Marble Ridge founder Daniel Kamensky reinstated to N.Y. bar
  • He admitted pressuring Jefferies not to bid for Neiman assets
A Neiman Marcus Group Inc. store in San Diego, California.

A Neiman Marcus Group Inc. store in San Diego, California.

Photographer: Bing Guan/Bloomberg
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Marble Ridge Capital founder Daniel Kamensky was given the green light to practice law in New York again, barely a year after he was convicted of fraud in trying to acquire Neiman Marcus Group Inc. assets out of bankruptcy.

A New York court on Tuesday granted Kamensky’s application for reinstatement to the bar. His law license was suspended last September, a few months after he was sentenced to six months in prison for bankruptcy fraud. He was released after serving a little more than two months.