What does it mean to be free? When many of us open up a new checking account, it is with the intention of doing business with that bank for a period of time. After all, I’ve not got my online banking set up to send up bill payments. I’ve ordered printed checks for when I
This year marks the 17th anniversary of the Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot (The Moot.) The Moot takes place annually in the Spring in Vienna, Austria with participants from over 100 law schools hailing from civil and common law countries. The journey is not only a milestone for the student participants, but a
Professor David Oedel over at Mercer University Law School is heading up a legislative proposal that some of you might be interested in signing onto: Dear Senators and Congresspersons, As law professors concerned about encouraging the most thoughtful, effective and flexible forms of financial reregulation, we urge that federal law should permit states also to
When this news story popped into my feeder today, I knew Google understands me. Roller Coasters, Fixtures, Bankruptcy, Creditor priority challenges… Its all there. Six Flags Inc., currently in chapter 11 Bankruptcy, has decided to close its Louisville Park — Kentucky Kingdom. The dispute relates to the ownership of certain rides in the park. The
Humorous link on supply and demand. Though I must agree. Mike Greenberg is far more valuable than Kenny Mayne!