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Pruitt on “The Women Feminism Forgot: Rural and Working-Class White Women in the Era of Trump”

Feminist law prof Lisa Pruitt (UC Davis) has posted to SSRN her article The Women Feminism Forgot: Rural and Working-Class White Women in the Era of Trump, forthcoming in the University of Toledo Law Review.  Here is the abstract: This article, … Continue reading

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Backdating: CEOs Playing “The Dating Game 2.0?”

Earlier this year, we blogged about evidence from insider gifts that backdating was alive and well.  Now a recent study says that there’s a new twist on option backdating – instead of manipulating the timing of equity awards, CEOs are supposedly manipulating the … Continue reading

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NYT, DAILY BEAST EXPOSE HOW NBC NEWS TRIED TO NIX BOMBSHELL WEINSTEIN STORY: “The accusations agai…

NYT, DAILY BEAST EXPOSE HOW NBC NEWS TRIED TO NIX BOMBSHELL WEINSTEIN STORY: “The accusations against NBC seem to show a cultural environment that was resistant to exposing powerful people accused of sexual misconduct. And their opposition to outing Weinstein … Continue reading

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Is Litigation Financing “The New Black”?

The New Black? Litigation financing is one of the most important recent developments in the global claims arena. There is a very simple reason why it has become an increasingly important phenomenon, and that is because it is so highly … Continue reading

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Review of “The Children of Teheran” film about children saved from the Holocaust by Dalia Guttman, David Tour, and Yehuda Kaveh

The film tells the story of a group of children fleeing occupied Europe from the Holocaust and their eventual settlement in Palestine. In 1939, as the Nazis moved into Poland, thousands of Jews escaped eastward, toward Russia. The Russian army, … Continue reading

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