Lawyers in the case against former Bank of America broker Theodore C. Sihpol will meet Oct. 20 to discuss whether or not he will be retried on the four counts for which Justice James A. Yates declared a mistrial, Dow Jones reports.

On June 9, a New York State Supreme Court jury acquitted Sihpol on 29 counts of larceny and falsifying business records for helping hedge fund Canary Capital Partners market time and late trade mutual funds, but the panel was deadlocked on four counts.

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