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MANHATTAN — The Second Circuit revived claims under federal anti-racketeering law alleging that McKinsey & Co. filed false statements in 13 bankruptcies and engaged in a “pay-to-play” scheme in which it arranged meetings between clients and attorneys in “exchange for exclusive bankruptcy assignment referrals from those attorneys.”

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