Friday, December 4, 2009

In Case You Missed It This Week

  • Professional territorialism and the Supreme Court. ABAJournal.

  • BofA is paying back the $45 billion they received in TARP funds - maybe it has something to do with their stalled CEO search? (payoff courtesy of Clearly Gottlieb negotiations). WSJ.

  • "Where employees are on track to earn an average of more than $700,000 apiece this year;" Goldman is taking its reasonableness test to its shareholders. WSJ.

  • Larry Summers channeling JFK to Corporate America. Politico.

  • The SEC investigates irregularities, in corporate America and in its own offices. Dealbook.

  • One reason the public pushes back against attorney image: when fees are larger than the damages awarded. AmLawLitigationDaily.

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