MUHC fraud case back in court end of September

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Crown prosecutors and defence lawyers working on the MUHC fraud case are scheduled to be back in court on Sept. 27.

They met before a judge for a pre-trial meeting on Thursday. Proceedings are under a publication ban.

A date for the trial has not been set.

Former SNC-Lavalin CEO Pierre Duhaime and Riadh Ben Aïssa, who once served as a vice-president of the engineering firm’s construction division, are accused of paying $22.5 million in bribes to win the contract to build the $1.3-billion MUHC superhospital.

Read more at Montreal Gazette

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.