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State attorney general compares recent indictment to 'Seinfeld'

April 20, 2017 01:04 PM

The state attorney general's office is using a "Seinfeld" reference to a 58-count indictment.

Eric Schneiderman calls it "Operation Vandelay Industries," a fake company made up by George Costanza in the show. He says Paul Newman drafted over 100 architectural renderings for local businesses, charging hundreds of thousands of dollars in fees.

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The problem? Newman is not a licensed architect.

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