Can you smell it? As bankruptcy hearings go, Lehman's is turning into a doozy. I think we're starting to see why the banks are so opposed to disclosure.
First came the accusation that Barclays induced then-Lehman employees to understate the value of the firm's assets by $5 billion during the negotiations by offering them plum positions at the new bank. Now it looks like Lehman has grounds to file against , , and the CME for perpetrating a fraudulent transfer on a truly massive scale. The CME, for its part, did everything in its power to keep this from coming to light: