Federal prosecutors have issued subpoenas for a dozen Lehman Brothers executives in connection with three grand jury investigations of the investment bank's collapse, The New York Post's Zachery Kouwe reported.
At a hearing Thursday, Lehman's bankruptcy lawyer, Harvey Miller of Weil, Gotshal & Manges, said that United States attorneys in New York and New Jersey have subpoenaed 12 people. Among them, The Post said, was Richard S. Fuld Jr., the firm's chief executive.
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