Duncan-Williams Asks Court to Accept Findings in Special Master's Report

DeSue, Tedra
September 2002
Bond Buyer;9/20/2002, Vol. 341 Issue 31475, p31
Trade Publication
Reports the filing of Duncan-Williams Inc. on a motion with the Tennessee Chancery Court against former employees in Memphis, Tennessee. Request of the firm on special prosecutor appointments for the employees; Allegation of Duncan-Williams on client information theft; employees; Presentation of documentation for the discovery phase of the case.


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