Billed as the world’s market, Webvan Group Inc. has something for everyone — including a horror story lawyers can use to scare clients into behaving during the IPO process and a spotlight for regulators to flash as they stump for market reforms.

The flap surrounding the delayed initial public offering for the Foster City-based online supermarket comes at a fortuitous time for the Securities and Exchange Commission.

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