TBMA intervenes in Orange County case

Brackman, Leslie
February 1998
Bond Buyer;02/18/98, Vol. 323 Issue 30333, p36
Trade Publication
Reports on The Bond Market Association's (TBMA) intervention in behalf of Merrill Lynch & Co. in the civil lawsuit filed by Orange County in California against its former investment banker, Merrill Lynch & Co. Allegations against Merrill Lynch & Co.'s role in the county's bankruptcy in 1996; TBMA's filing of a brief supporting the legality of Merrill Lynch & Co.'s repurchase agreements sold to the county.


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