Thursday, April 27, 2006

Enron Trial Exhibits; Corporate Crime Reporter

Those who are interested in corporate crime may be curious to learn that the Department of Justice has created a Web site to provide ready access to documents related to the U.S. government's prosecution of former Enron executives. Exhibits include e-mails, transcripts of conference calls, letters, meeting minutes, and handwritten notes. The material is organized
by the date that it was admitted into evidence.

Another, more generally useful, resource for those interested in corporate crime is the Corporate Crime Reporter. This freely accessible Web site primarily reproduces highlighted material that originally appeared in the print version of the newsletter.

Ernster, the Virtual Library Cat

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