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* Arkansas Attorney General Mark Pryor has joined 19 other states in filing an amicus brief with the U.S. District Court in Houston against the banks, law firms and accountants of bankrupt Enron Corp. of Houston. The brief supports the regents of the University of California, who allege that Enron's banks, law firms and accountants violated securities law by actively participating in the energy trader's securities violations. Pryor said ATRS, APERS and other state-operated pension funds lost about $47.5 million in direct investments in Enron stock.
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Title Annotation:Enron Corp. amicus brief
Comment:Arkansas Attorney General Mark Pryor. (Business Briefs).(Enron Corp. amicus brief)(Brief Article)
Publication:Arkansas Business
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Jun 17, 2002
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