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In and Above the Fray: The Sec and Hostile Takeovers
The proxy fight was one the most dramatic of corporate battles. Consider Robert Young, who believed that the New York Central railroad could be better run and more highly valued.

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The Yates Memo And Its Effects On White Collar Representation And Internal Investigations- A Two-Year Look Back
On Sept. 9, 2015, Deputy Attorney General Sally Quillian Yates issues, on behalf of the Department of Justice (DOJ), a memorandum entitled "Individual Accountability for Corporate Wrongdoing."
Build Your Book, Control Your Career
I experienced serious doubts about whether I wanted to practice law several months before my law school graduation despite having a good legal job that I liked lined up at the lowest point of the Great Recession.
Myanmar: Violence Against the Rohingya Population. The Importance of the Evidence
The situation in Myanmar presents two main legal questions: the qualification of the alleged crimes and the jurisdiction.
Race, The Incarcerated Father, And Child Support Obligations
This articles focuses specifically on incarcerated fathers of color. This particular group was chosen over incarcerated mothers or incarcerated white men for the purpose of this research because obligor incarcerated men of color comprise a much larger percentage of incarcerated obligors than any other group.
Lessons on Nuance in Summary- Judgment Law
On Jan. 31, 2018, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit, sitting in en banc, decided United States v. Stein and held that "an affidavit which satisfies Rule 56 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure may create and issue of material fact and preclude summary judgement even if it is self-serving and uncorroborated.