Tag Archives: Truth

Guest Post: The Truth about Directors’ Duties in the UK and the Business Judgment Rule

Francis Kean In the following guest post, Francis Kean, Executive Director FINEX Willis Towers Watson, reviews some interesting recent historical academic research on directors’ duties and the business judgment rule in the U.K.  A version of this article previously was … Continue reading

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Lloyd on Hermeneutic Pragmatism & Truth

Harold Anthony Lloyd (Wake Forest University School of Law) has posted Rejecting Trumpery: Pragmatism’s Mastery of Meaning, Truth, and Workable Rule of Law (Wake Forest Journal of Law & Policy, Forthcoming) on SSRN.  Here is the abstract: In these times of Trump, … Continue reading

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Finally! a Politician Speaks the Unvarnished Truth

I have deliberately stayed away from blogging recently — partly because the news is moving so fast that I have no ability in these days to get above the fray and take a longer view of things, and partly because … Continue reading

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The Truth About Decedent Credit Card Debt

Will your credit card debt haunt you when you die? Outstanding debts can be attached to an estate or trust if a creditor files a lawsuit against a decedent in court. Protect your estate and your loved ones from creditor … Continue reading

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Homestead Exemptions: The Truth Isn’t What You Think

“They can’t take my house, whatever happens.  Right?” The young man in my office “knew” that the substantial equity in his home was exempt as a homestead, even if he filed bankruptcy. He “knew” that credit card debt was dischargeable. … Continue reading

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