SEC Decided It Didn’t Have The Authority To Charge Lehman
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) decided not to explain why it didn’t file charges against anyone at Lehman Brothers, because it was afraid the public would find its report too sympathetic to the firm, writes Steve Goldstein on his MarketWatch blog.
Lehman Brothers' statute of limitations
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