Accounting firm Goodman & Co. lost a jury verdict on one claim after it was sued by an investor for aiding and abetting a breach of fiduciary duty by Goodman's client Telos.
Costa Brava, an investor in defense contractor Telos, accused Goodman of issuing an audit opinion that had the effect of depriving Costa Brava and other investors of millions of dollars in payments due from redemption of their preferred stock.
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