Portions of the securities fraud trial of a former McKesson Corp. executive could be closed to the public -- and to plaintiff attorneys -- if U.S. District Judge Martin Jenkins grants the beleaguered health care giant's motion to close Jenkins' courtroom if witnesses discuss a controversial internal investigation. White-collar attorneys are closely following the battle because it is setting precedent over who gets access to companies' internal investigations.
Internal McKesson Probe at Heart of Court Battle
January 5, 2005
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