In an oft-told, but perhaps apocryphal, story, a student of Sigmund Freud, the father of psychoanalysis, asked Freud the significance of his fondness for cigars. Freud allegedly responded that [...]
Mitu Gulati and Robert E. Scott have given us a wonderful study. They tell us about how elite lawyers practice law, and they tell us about the transformation of the process of producing all of [...]
Last fall we gave a faculty workshop at the Hofstra University School of Law on an early version of our book manuscript, The Three and a Half Minute Transaction. The resulting debate was lively [...]
The excellent work, The Three and a Half Minute Transaction, raises some profound and intriguing questions about the documentation of some of the world’s largest and most important transactions [...]
The Pari Passu Interpretation in the Elliott Case: A Brilliant Strategy But an Awful (Mid-Long Term) Outcome?
Sovereigns can amass unsustainable debts, fueling the increasing need to restructure to prevent or resolve financial and economic crises and to achieve debt sustainability levels. From the 1990s, [...]
In 1893, Robert Wiedersheim published a book on human anatomy that claimed to identify eighty-six human organs that had been rendered functionless by the process of evolution. A century of [...]