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Roffman sues Roffman Miller over firing

Philadelphia casino analyst turned money manager Marvin Roffman, who famously stood up to Donald Trump, was fired, and won settlements from both, is suing his former firm, Roffman Miller Associates, saying his partners forced him out and didn't offer enough for his shares.

Roffman sues Roffman Miller over firing

Philadelphia casino analyst turned money manager Marvin Roffman is suing Roffman Miller Associates, the money management firm he cofounded in 1991 after he was ousted by broker Janney Montgomery Scott for standing up to belligerent billionaire Atlantic City casino owner Donald Trump.

Miller, of Rehoboth, Del., says his partners forced him out and didn't offer enough for his shares. Lawyers for firm partners led by R. Peters Miller III dispute Roffman's claims. It's Philadelphia Common Pleas case 090203504. Read more in today's PhillyDeals column in the print Inquirer here.

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