...to serving as chief policy counsel for MCI Telecommunications Corp. and later MCI WorldCom Inc. He has written columns for Corporate Counsel in...
Five years later, AIG's collapse remains shrouded in secrecy. Here's what we know
This fall marks five years since the financial collapse of American International Group Inc. that fueled a global economic crisis. The AIG story is an especially important one for general counsel and
... September 2006: The company hires Anastasia Kelly, formerly of MCI WorldCom, to replace Patrikis as general counsel. December 2007...
...fall of 2006, Kelly was executive vice president and general counsel of MCI WorldCom Communications, Inc., for three years. There, Kelly honed her managing-in...
AIG's federal monitor failed to curtail bad behavior. Is it time to reexamine the program
Much has been written about the American International Group Inc. having run a risky credit default swap business out of its London office. That shop insured all sorts of financial products and bet t
Something less well known about American International Group's risky credit default swap business is that the global insurer was operating under the supervision of a U.S. Department of Justice-impose
...teenage boys again after the tumultuous two-and-a-half years at MCI/WorldCom. - Lose the same ten pounds I have lost and...
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