UNLIKE ENRON, MIRANT WORKERS KNEW PENSIONS WERE IN TROUBLE, EXECS SAY In re Mirant Corp. ERISA Litig. | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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Andrews Derivatives Litigation Reporter
February 20, 2004
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UNLIKE ENRON, MIRANT WORKERS KNEW PENSIONS WERE IN TROUBLE, EXECS SAY

In re Mirant Corp. ERISA Litig.

In a case that spotlights the undefined duty of corporate officers to manage employee retirement funds, bankrupt energy marketer Mirant Corp. and its executives have asked a federal judge in Atlanta to dismiss charges by workers and retirees under...
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