Vinson & Elkins “employed an eyes-wide-shut policy” about former client Enron Corp.’s complex accounting structures that helped lead to the Houston company’s bankruptcy.

That’s according to a 281-page document titled “Lead Plaintiffs’ Opposition to Motion for Summary Judgment” filed Tuesday in a class action shareholder suit pending in the Southern District of Texas in Houston before U.S. District Judge Melinda Harmon.

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