Three years after the guilty verdict that effectively destroyed the firm, the Supreme Court has overturned the conviction of Arthur Andersen for shredding documents related to its audits of energy giant Enron Corp.
In a unanimous opinion issued in late May, Supreme Court justices said that the former Big Five firm's June 2002 conviction on a single charge of obstruction was improper.
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