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“The Great White Short?” Canada Is the World’s #3 Destination for Activist Short Selling

Recently, Activist Insight released a report on activist short selling. Activist short selling is when investors publicly bet on a stock going down in value. Among other interesting trends, the report shows that Canada ranks number 3 in the world … Continue reading

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Review of “The Soul of America: The Battle for Our Better Angels” by Jon Meacham

Jon Meacham is a respected historian and author. He wrote American Lion (about Andrew Jackson); Thomas Jefferson: The Art of Power; Destiny and Power (about George H. W. Bush); and many historical monographs. He appears regularly on CNN television to … Continue reading

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Justice Scalia on “the very nature of a game”

Below is my comment on one of the late Justice Scalia’s remarks in his dissent in PGA TOUR, Inc. v. Martin, 532 U.S. 661 (2001): “But since it is the very nature of a game to have no object except … Continue reading

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Review of “The Heart of the Constitution”

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” ‘The Tone Deafness is Astounding’: Clients Unhappy about Milbank Associate Raise Announcement”

The law firm of Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy recently announced that it was raising the annual salaries of its first year associates to   $190,000. Some large law firms have done the same thereafter. Instead of a business-like, matter-of-fact, decisive … Continue reading

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