intricate involvement

See: imbroglio
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The executive's intricate involvement in the latenight succession race led to him being immortalized in the movie "The Late Shift," based on New York Times reporter Bill Carter's inside-baseball account of what transpired.
Due to vitamin B12's intricate involvement with the nervous system, Quick Melt Fully Active B12 can help support a healthy memory, mood, and overall well-being.
Applying these standards, the Enron court held that the allegations regarding the intricate involvement of Enron's accounting firm, outside lawyers, banks, and financial advisers in devising and financing methods that allowed the company to conceal its debt, unlawfully maintain its credit rating, and falsify its publicly reported financial condition were sufficient to meet the standards for pleading primary liability under Rule 10b-5.