In the sideshow to the main event, KPMG landed its own courtroom blow this week -- filing a claim seeking compensation from some of its former employees indicted in connection with the firm's sale of questionably-legal tax shelters.

Last week, Judge Lewis Kaplan refused a request by the Big Four firm to toss out the request its by 16 former employees for the firm to pay for their defense and said that the matter will go to trial this fall.

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