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A Houston jury convicted former Enron chairman Kenneth Lay and president Jeffrey Skilling May 25 of conspiracy and fraud that led to the company’s 2001 demise. In the wake of that verdict, white collar crime and securities litigation experts weighed in on why the jury found Skilling and Lay guilty, and the impact of that decision upon other U.S. executives.

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