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SEC Charges Two Former In-House Lawyers With Securities Fraud

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission said on Wednesday that it charged two former in-house lawyers at Enron with securities fraud.

Jordan Mintz, former general counsel of Enron's global finance group, and Rex Rogers, former associate general counsel, were charged in connection with a fraudulent scheme to make material misrepresentations in Enron's public filings, the SEC said.

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