WASHINGTON — A federal judge has delayed sentencing of CDR Financial Services and its founder David Rubin for several months, granting the Department of Justice additional time to complete complex calculations of restitution.

Judge Victor Marrero of the U.S. District Court of Southern New York in Manhattan has scheduled a status conference for Sept. 7, according to court documents released Monday. At that time, DOJ will update the court on the agency’s progress in determining how much restitution it will seek from Rubin and CDR, said Rebecca Meiklejohn, attorney for Justice’s antitrust division.

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