Jordan Mintz, a former in-house lawyer who was caught up in the Enron scandal, is free to practice securities law again after a two-year suspension for making misstatements and failing to disclose the nature of certain Enron deals to investors.

Mintz is currently vice president and chief tax officer of the Kinder Morgan companies in Houston. Reached at work on Tuesday, Mintz said he has no plans to take up securities law any time soon.