Merrill Lynch files to bar transcript release

Jacobius, Arleen
January 1998
Bond Buyer;01/05/98, Vol. 323 Issue 30303, p44
Trade Publication
Reports that Merrill Lynch & Co. has filed briefs asking a California appellate court to bar the release of transcripts from a grand jury probe into the firm's possible role in the 1994 bankruptcy of Orange County, California. Law on records of grand jury proceedings in California; Supporting brief filed by 28 existing and former Merrill Lynch employees.


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