Toil and Trouble: Kimberly Frye Spent Years on Key Energy's Restatement and Relisting

, Texas Lawyer

When Kimberly Frye decided to go in-house with a client, Key Energy Services Inc., in 2002, she thought one of her biggest challenges would be the adjustment of living in Midland after years of calling Houston home. As it turns out, the most difficult challenge was the job itself, as Frye ended up spending about two-and-a-half years on a financial restatement and getting the company's stock relisted on the New York Stock Exchange, all because the company delayed reporting its 2003 year-end financials.

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