Milberg defends itself via Web site
Seems federal indictments may prove a boon to the Web design industry. As I noted in January, former Enron Corp. CEO Kenneth Lay and his defense team launched a Web site, Ken Lay Information, on the eve of his federal criminal trial. Now, with yesterday's federal grand jury indictment of Milberg Weiss, the law firm is fighting back with a defense site of its own: Milberg Weiss Justice. A note on the site's front page explains:
"The Justice Department charges the firm with an indictment that is unjust, misguided, and misinformed. We dedicate this website to communicating the truth about their accusations and about how this unjust investigation only helps corrupt corporations escape accountability."
Posted by Robert J. Ambrogi on May 19, 2006 at 04:56 PM | Permalink
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