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  • JPMorgan-Enron Lawsuit Dismissed

    Plaintiffs failed to show that JPMorgan intended to deceive them by downplaying its exposure to Enron or overstating its own integrity, judge reportedly rules. March 30, 2007

  • SEC Charges Two for Enron's Brazil Deal

    Alleged misconduct concerned the 1999 sale of an interest in a troubled power project in Cuiaba, Brazil, to one of Andrew Fastow's infamous partnerships. March 28, 2007

  • Class Dismissed, Enron Trial on Hold

    ''For the Fifth Circuit to step in only weeks before the trial is a major signal in the direction of a narrowed scope of liability...and a very big victory for business,'' says one observer. March 20, 2007

  • Closing the Books on Andersen and Enron

    The judge who presided over Andersen's 2002 conviction, since overturned by the Supreme Court, has approved the settlement between Enron investors and the ill-starred audit firm. March 12, 2007

  • Banks Lose Bid to Delay Enron Trial

    Merrill Lynch, Credit Suisse First Boston, and Barclays Bank had sought to push back the April 9 trial date, pending an appeals court decision on whether the litigation can proceed as a class action. February 22, 2007

  • DoJ Won't Refloat "Enron Barge" Case

    The decision involving former Merrill Lynch executives could affect the conviction of former Enron chief executive Jeff Skilling. February 16, 2007

  • Best of 2006: Law and Order

    Enron's big three were convicted this year, but only two went to prison. The WorldCom, HealthSouth, Tyco, and Adelphia criminal sagas also were wrapped up, for the most part, while a dominatrix paid a visit to an accountant. December 29, 2006

  • Skilling to Start His Prison Term Next Month

    The former Enron CEO heads north to prison and settles a lawsuit with the Department of Labor. November 16, 2006

  • Ex-Enron Finance Exec May Get Reprieve

    Why does the government want to reduce the charges against the former CFO of Enron's broadband unit? Also, three more ex-Enron execs await sentencing this week. November 14, 2006

  • Ken Lay's Record Cleared of Convictions

    Because he died before he could appeal his conviction, all record of the former Enron chairman's indictment and conviction is erased. October 17, 2006

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