(Bloomberg) -- Prosecutors in the insider-trading trial of a former SAC Capital Advisors LP fund manager can tell jurors that he was greedy, not that he fainted in front of FBI agents or was fired from his job, a judge ruled.

Mathew Martoma, who begins trial tomorrow in what the government called “the most lucrative insider-trading scheme ever charged,” won several rulings limiting the evidence prosecutors may use to try to prove he made $276 million for SAC based on inside information obtained from two doctors supervising a clinical drug trial.

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