SEC Taps Mejia For Chief Litigator

Law360, New York (October 14, 2005, 12:00 AM EDT) -- The Securities and Exchange Commission has named Luis R. Mejia, a SEC litigator instrumental in collecting $400 million from Enron executives accused of fraud, as the new chief litigation counsel for its enforcement division.

Mejia replaces David L. Kornblau, who left the Commission in August.

SEC Enforcement Division Director Linda Chatman Thomsen praised Mejia’s skills as a litigator.

“The Commission will benefit greatly from his trial experience, broad knowledge of the law and excellent judgment,” she said. “The skills he has demonstrated during his tenure at...
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