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Tuesday, 16 December 2014 |

Links 12/16/14

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Conventional wisdom among banking experts is that Wall Street's successful fight last week to get a pet provision into the must-pass budget bill (or in political junkies' shorthand, Cromnibus) as more a demonstration of power and a test for gutting Dodd Frank than a fight that mattered to them. But the provision they got in, which was to undo a...
Saturday, 13 December 2014 |

Joe Firestone: The Lawless Society

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Yves here. This post lays bare the depth of corruption in the US. We addressed the problem of what Joe Firestone calls "the lawless society" and presented some initial thoughts about the necessity of pressuring political parties rather than working within them in our Skunk Party Manifesto . A key section:
Corruption is the biggest single problem ....
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Yves here. The fact that Team Obama is gagging its climate scientists should come as no surprise. First, the Administration is obsesses with secrecy and image-management, as its extremely aggressive posture on classifying records and prosecuting leakers attests. Second, Administration climate policy is founded on a Big Lie....
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Yves here. This is the third part of an interview by Andrew Dittmer with the authors of an important new book on private equity,...
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Yves here. This is the third part of an interview by Andrew Dittmer with the authors of an important new book on private equity,...
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Bob’s post made me cry. Jean was an incredible scholar and colleague. She also had a fun, light side that I will forever cherish, and that I share here. 

I met Jean about 18 years ago through my mentor Bill Woodward (formerly of Temple University Law, now at Santa Clara Law), Jean and Bill were very close academic friends and he thought...

Tuesday, 02 December 2014 |

Tributes to Jean

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imageOur friend and co-blogger, Jean Braucher, passed away a week ago today. Our first post here on Credit Slips had only a few paragraphs about her contributions to our professional community. There was a lot more to say about Jean.

Since that time, a number of comments have made their way into my inbox or were posted on to that original post....

Wednesday, 26 November 2014 |

Jean Braucher, In Memoriam

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It is with great sadness that I pass along the news that Jean Braucher passed away yesterday. Jean was my co-author, my co-blogger, and my friend. This news came suddenly this morning for all but her closest family and friends who were aware of her illness. 

The official record will show that Jean was a giant among bankruptcy and contracts...

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imageI wonder how many Bankruptcy professors have posed a hypothetical about the exemption of a rare Bible worth lots of money? Well, a federal District Court in Illinois had to answer the question for real.

The Illinois personal property exemption statute includes the debtor's Bible. A debtor in Southern Illinois asserted this exemption in a rare,...

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