WASHINGTON — Two former Levi Strauss & Co. executives, who have a pending lawsuit against the jeans firm for what they claim was their wrongful firing, joined a panel of Senate witnesses Tuesday to testify about corporations allegedly avoiding federal taxes through questionable accounting or inventive tax shelters.

The Senate Finance Committee is conducting an inquiry into the state of corporate tax shelters, after delving into the issue two years ago when the Enron accounting scandal erupted.

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