New Jersey yesterday filed suit against top Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. executives and board members over claims that company officials misled the state's pension fund into making investments that cost the retirement program $118 million in losses.

State officials are looking to recoup the $118 million as well as incidental and punitive damages, and costs and legal fees, according to the complaint. The state also filed suit against Lehman's accountants, Ernst & Young.

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