WASHINGTON — Sentencing for convicted bid rigger David Rubin has been pushed back to Dec. 3 from Oct. 18, at the request of his attorneys who said they need more time to prepare an analysis disputing the $11.5 million of restitution federal prosecutors are seeking from the founder of CDR Financial Products Inc.

Kenneth Murphy, a lawyer at Simon & Partners LLP, which represents Rubin, wrote to judge Kimba Wood at the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York twice in September requesting a sixty-day delay.

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