If not, here is a gentle reminder: ENRC was the Kazakh mining company that successfully floated in 2007 but the business was taken private by its founders late last year following a long-running corporate governance spat with Sir Paul Judge, the City grandee who used to sit on the board of the business.
Once ENRC was taken private at a knock-down price, the market expected the company and its founders to sail off into the sunset and stay out of the public eye.
However, Jim Armitage, deputy business editor at The Independent, appears to have put paid to that theory by landing a scoop about the court case row between Sir Paul and ENRC over allegations of leaks that damaged the company's share price.
ENRC shares were listed in 2007 at 540p. The stock then rose to as high as £11.00 during the commodities boom but fell to as low as 220p following the corporate governance row over the last couple of years.
Indeed, newspaper reports are now suggesting Sir Paul is on course to become Lord Mayor of London.