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May 25, 2006

Enron and on and on and on

Unsurprisingly, the mainstream media and the blogosphere is abuzz about the Enron convictions (basics here, early commentary here).  Most of the links set forth below involve trial post-mortems; I suspect it will be a few days before folks start to focus on the future sentencing of Ken Lay and Jeff Skilling.  But, having now had a chance to talk to a few reporters about the Enron sentencing issues, I am certain that the Lay and Skilling sentencings will be a fascinating (and unique) case-study of the dynamics of the post-Booker world.

Here's just an abridged collection of some blog/MSM coverage of the Enron convictions:

UPDATE: The Wall Street Journal has lots and lots of Enron coverage assembled here.  And I now see stories starting to explore sentencing issues in USA Today and the Houston Chronicle.

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