The city filed three post-trial motions alleging litigationfraud against de la Fuente, who won the huge judgment in a case hefiled alleging the city's breach of contract caused him financialruin because of the failure of his Border Business Park.

San Diego Superior Court Judge Raymond Ikola will consider arequest for new trial at a hearing on Sept. 13.

New evidence that de la Fuente allegedly withheld during trialhas come to light, according to the city's outside counsel, Latham& Watkins.

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