The first report from the court-appointed investigator sifting through Enron's finances is calling into question the role that corporate lawyers played in some of the company's exotic business deals. R. Neal Batson's 160-page report also highlights the involvement of a major law firm that has received relatively little attention in the Enron fiasco.
Enron Report Casts Harsh Light on Lawyers
September 30, 2002
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