Along with a laundry list of fund companies that have come under fire from federal and state regulators, Janus Capital Management Group is again battling charges related to market-timing and after-hours trading. However, the fund company asserts that the suit, this time brought by State Attorney General Darrell McGraw in West Virginia , is precluded by settlements with the Securities and Exchange Commission and other state regulators, the Associated Press reports.

"The key underlying issues in the West Virginia complaint are duplicative of earlier filed actions and have been resolved,'' said a Janus spokesperson. "Janus intends to contest this filing vigorously."

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