September 27, 2005

If you're in Corporations...

Do two things:
a) Check your syllabus to see if you do anything on insider trading. (Mine did, I don't know if all of them do.)
b) Go read this good summary of Bill Frist's situation. (Hat tip: Prof. Bainbridge.

If you have to know this by semester's end, you might as well see how it plays out in practice now. The law in this area is interesting, intricate, and at least in some Corps classes, likely to be on the exam.

May 01, 2005

Corporations Craziness

Sadly, you're unlikely to hear much from me until after my Corporations exam on Monday morning. I'm afraid that I'm barely aware of the rules for mergers, and am thinking that poison pills are what bad law students who haven't studied hard enough take in order to avoid shame and ignominy.

But in the meantime, I leave you with the strangest thing I've seen lately. I sent this to Heidi, thinking that our resident chicken-obsessiveenthusiast might enjoy it. Now, I give you: The Poultry Internet. (Quicktime Required)

From your friends at MXR labs.

UPDATE Most disturbing response I've received thus far to the Internet Poultry site: "Cool. Are they making one of those for boyfriends?"

Just to make it clear, by the way, I think the technology involved here is fun, but it's a chronically bad idea. A human isn't going to get much joy out of stroking a plastic chicken, and the whole "remote petting" thing is likely to scare the hell out of the poor bird.

April 26, 2005

New Blog on Corporate And Commercial Litigation

For those of you who, like me, are procrastinating over studying for a Corporations exam, you might want to check out a new blog on Delaware Corporate and Commercial Litigation. (Via Ideoblog.)

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