When Houston lawyer Dan L. Cogdell defends a client, that client usually is nowhere to be found while Cogdell is studying discovery and developing a strategy. But that wasn't an option for former Enron Corp. employee Sheila K. Kahanek, who felt compelled to analyze every piece of evidence in the government's case. The unusual collaboration paid off in a big way for Kahanek, who was the only one of six defendants in the Nigerian barge trial to win acquittal.
Enron Defendant Worked Alongside Attorneys to Win Acquittal
November 18, 2004
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