The Daily Journal | May 5, 2003
A Local Angle to Enron Litigation
San Francisco meets Houston as an Enron prosecutor with Bay Area ties confronts local criminal defense lawyers Nanci Clarence and John Keker in the fallout from the big Texas energy company’s implosion. Clarence, of San Francisco’s Clarence Snell & Dyer, flew to Houston last week to protest the indictment of client Lea Fastow, the wife of Enron’s former chief financial officer, Andrew Fastow.
USA Today | May 1, 2003
“In its broadest legal assault on Enron to date, Justice Department prosecutors are expected to file criminal charges against as many as 11 former Enron employees today in federal court in Houston, sources close to the case say.”
San Francisco Chronicle | January 14, 2004
“Former Enron finance chief Andrew Fastow and his wife have agreed to plead guilty for their roles in a widespread accounting scandal that brought down the energy giant in 2001…”