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September 20, 2004


First Enron criminal trial

Prof. Bainbridge recommends this post from Tom Kirkendall about the "Nigerian barge" prosecution against execs of Enron and Merrill Lynch; trial is set to start Monday. (Update Nov. 6: five defendants convicted).

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