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Book Review: Federal Securities Litigation

The interpretation and application of the federal securities laws has in recent years proven to be a rapidly changing arena. For that reason, it is a particularly welcome development that the authors of the “Federal Securities Litigation: A Deskbook for the Practitioner” have released the latest update of their single-volume resource on litigation under the … Continue Reading

Book Review: Cyber Risks, Social Media and Insurance

We live in a world in which rapidly shifting technologies and communications modalities have changed the way we interact and conduct business. These new media and means of interaction have introduced innumerable benefits and efficiencies. Unfortunately, these new alternatives have down sides; among other things, they mean new risks and even liability exposures for both … Continue Reading

The Great War: A Book List

Last August, in conjunction with the centennial of the start of World War I, I re-read Barbara Tuchman’s classic account of the war’s first days, The Guns of August. Tuchman is a great writer and she tells the story of the war’s first weeks well. One thing she captures particularly well is the way that … Continue Reading

A Half-Dozen Essential “Business” Books

From time to time, readers suggest blog topics to me. I am always interested in the range of topics suggested. Very late at night (or perhaps early in the morning) in the bar at the recent PLUS International Conference in San Antonio, a loyal reader whom I had only just met for the first time … Continue Reading
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