A $120 million lawsuit against former New York Stock Exchange Chief Dick Grasso may be next on New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer’s hit list, The Wall Street Journal reports.

Grasso, who left the Big Board in September over a highly publicized pay scandal, would be forced to give back much of the money he received if Spitzer gets his wish.

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