Congressional investigators and plaintiffs' lawyers are closing in on Enron's so-called enablers -- the banks that made its suspect deals possible. But the lawyers on those deals haven't received much attention. Yet. If that changes -- and there are clear signs that it may -- one firm with cause for concern is New York's Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy, which represented four banks under scrutiny.
Who Enabled the Enablers?
The American Lawyer
October 8, 2002
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