If there’s one thing that can be said for this whole CEF/DIL mess is that it’s attracted a considerable amount of time, attention, and expenditures. There’s accountants, lawyers, courts, and the mass news media that’s involved in this, and a number of them maintain websites where they publish their various reports and updates. Since checking these various web pages by hand would be rather arduous I use a couple of “change detection” services to let me know when a page I’m interested in has changed.
Recently I got a notice that on Apr 17, 2019 Deloitte updated it’s web page from the Oct 1, 2018 update.
What was this update? The only change reported was under the “District” column of the monitor web page which is on the right side:
Here’s the thing – if you search the monitor page for October 26, 2017 – you’ll find the same document published back in 2017 under “Court Documents”:
A quick visual inspection of both documents looks identical to this reviewer. I’m guessing this is just a catch-up publication to add a link that should’ve been added to the District section when this document was originally posted.