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June 15, 2006

So much to do, so little time...

Though the title of this post certainly describes my life most days, it also is a fitting moniker for this week's filing by Jeff Skilling's lawyers asking for a "continuance of 35 to 45 days of all sentencing dates" in the initial schedule set by Judge Sim Lake following last month's Enron convictions.   Peter Henning here at the White Collar Crime Prof Blog provides some highlights from the filing, and also provides access here to the seven-page filing.  The filing is quite interesting in part because it flags a number of the key issues raised by Skilling's sentencing (many of which I have previously discussed in this Enron sentencing archive).

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