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Eli Richardson Comments on Former MF Global Chief Jon Corzine's Legal Strategy for Reuters

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December 8, 2011

Bass, Berry & Sims member Eli J. Richardson is quoted in the Reuters article, "Analysis: On the hotseat Corzine stakes his legal ground," discussing former MF Global chief Jon Corzine's testimony to Congress regarding the company's bankruptcy. Mr. Richardson draws upon his experience as a former federal prosecutor to illustrate how Mr. Corzine's addressing of MF Global's missing money is a double-edged sword. Click here to read more.

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