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IPOs for Private Equity Firms

IPOs for Private Equity Firms In this podcast, Ken Favaro of Booz & Co. provides some insight into why a private equity firm would go public, including: – Why have private equity firms gone public? – Why have private equity … Continue reading

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Recent Developments in Condemnation Law: Public Use, Private Property

The Urban Lawyer, the law review produced by the ABA Section of State & Local Goverment Law has published my article Recent Developments in Condemnation Law: Public Use, Private Property, 43 Urban Lawyer 877 (2011). The article “summarizes recent cases … Continue reading

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Health Reporters Unite! How One Doctor's Complaint Turned a Public Database Private

By Justin Silverman Kansas City Star reporter Alan Bavley had a hunch. After years of investigating the health care industry, Bavley began to suspect that state medical boards did not adequately discipline doctors who committed malpractice. Physicians battling substance abuse, … Continue reading

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"Tough on Immigration" Means Boon To Private Detention Industry, But Not Without Controversy

This article from The New York Times sheds light on how some international security companies have been capitalizing on the more aggressive approach to immigration by countries. The article addresses how the increased crackdowns by countries such as the U.S., … Continue reading

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