Jones Day Presses for Discovery Against Barclays, Alleging 'Significant Discrepancies' in Bank's Fire-Sale Purchase of Lehman Brokerage

Did Barclays get too good a deal when it bought Lehman's brokerage only days after the investment bank filed for bankruptcy? At the time, Barclays was hailed for saving hundreds of jobs, but now Lehman litigation counsel at Jones Day are demanding documents that tell the tale of "the short, tumultuous period of time" when the deal was struck.

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