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March 14, 2010

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Tessa Carroll

The process of checks and balances associated with financial reporting is everyone's responsibility. Sure, the minimum letter of the law may have been met by Lehman's audit committee, but shouldn't some level of diligence and responsibility be expected? In short, yes Lehman's audit committee did their job, but certainly not to the best of their ability.

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