By Laurel Brubaker Calkins Jan. 10 (Bloomberg) — Prosecutors asked a U.S. appeals court to reinstate the conviction of a former finance chief of Enron Corp.’s failed Internet unit, which a trial judge threw out based on an appellate ruling in another Enron case. Kevin Howard, 45, was convicted in 2006 of five counts of…

By KRISTEN HAYS Copyright 2008 Houston Chronicle NEW ORLEANS — Lawyers for the former finance chief of Enron’s failed broadband unit want an appeals court to back up a trial judge’s decision to wipe his record clean. The outcome of a government appeal in Kevin Howard’s case, argued Thursday before a three-judge panel of the…

By KRISTEN HAYS A judge rejected a prosecutor’s push to throw a former Merrill Lynch & Co. executive back in prison for the entire term imposed for five Enron-related crimes even though three of those convictions have been overturned. U.S. District Judge Ewing Werlein on Monday denied a request from federal prosecutor Arnold Spencer to…

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