Hugh Ray

Corporate Bankruptcy Attorney, Andrews and Kurth

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Corporate bankruptcy attorney at the Houston, Texas law firm of Andrews & Kurth; former chair of the American Bar Association's Business Bankruptcy Committee (1993-1996) and former US Attorney

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All of Washington decided that Wall Street's investment bankers were "too big to fail," to the tune of $350 billion, and nobody really knows where money has gone.

Preserving Wall Street, the Auto Industry and the Income Gap

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