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  • No Convictions for Enron Broadband Execs

    The defendants were accused of inflating the value of the Enron unit by lying about the company's technological prowess or by faking a sale to boost earnings and inflate the company's share price. July 21, 2005

  • Berkowitz to Head Enron Task Force

    Takes the reins from Andrew Weissmann as the prosecution prepares for next year's Lay, Skilling, Causey trial. July 19, 2005

  • Enron Settles Energy Claims for $1.52B

    California's attorney general filed a lawsuit after the disclosure of audiotapes and transcripts of Enron trader conversations. July 15, 2005

  • Former Enron VP Pleads Guilty

    Christopher Calger had supervised employees who negotiated the sale of a project known as Coyote Springs II. July 15, 2005

  • Alabama Fund Cuts Its Own Enron Deal

    ''We knew we could get a higher percentage of recovery by bringing our own suit, and the amount of loss was large enough for it to be cost-effective to sue separately,'' says the pension fund's lead attorney. June 16, 2005

  • J.P. Morgan Chase to Pay $2.2B in Enron Settlement

    The deal comes less than a week after Citigroup agreed to pay $2 billion to settle Enron shareholder claims. June 15, 2005

  • Citigroup to Pay $2B in Enron Settlement

    Agreement is the largest related to the bankruptcy of the former energy giant. June 10, 2005

  • Does the Andersen Ruling Open Doors?

    Criminal intent, says one attorney, will be a key issue in trials of the former Enron executives. June 9, 2005

  • Lea Fastow Leaves Prison

    Although she was originally charged with conspiracy to commit wire fraud, money laundering, and four counts of filing a false tax return, she eventually pleaded guilty to one misdemeanor count of willfully filing a false tax form. June 6, 2005

  • Supreme Court Reverses Andersen Verdict

    The high court found that the trial judge's instructions were faulty because they didn't require proof that Andersen officials knew they were breaking the law. May 31, 2005

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