Lehman examiner Valukas fights to make Lehman report public

February 10, 2010 Jenner & Block chairman 66-year-old Anton Valukas, court-appointed receiver in the Lehman Brothers bankruptcy, has completed his probe.

Valukas, a former federal prosecutor, spent a year and $34m interviewing 100 people and reviewing 10m documents to prepare a 2,200 page report investigating whether rival banks were partially responsible for Lehman's failure, and ultimately benefited by its bankruptcy.

U.S. bankruptcy judge James Peck granted permission for Valukas to file his findings under seal.

Valukas said in a court filing that he strongly believed that the report should be made public.

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