After a rather courageous allegation this month by J & W Seligman against New York Attorney General Elliot Spitzer for allegedly overstepping his authority by forcing it to reduce fees, the Attorney General now alleges in a state court filing that improper trading at the firm brought more harm to investors than Seligman earlier admitted to.

Spitzer requested that the court order Seligman to provide testimony in regards to the alleged improprieties and turn in documentation of its illegal trading practices.

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