Bankruptcy Judge Is Really Rather Sick Of Nitpicking Over The Intricacies Of Bankruptcy Law
Which is a rather extraordinary thing to say for a bankruptcy judge, but in the case of Jay Alix v. McKinsey, we totally get it.
Man With Obvious Vendetta Against McKinsey Says He Has No Vendetta Against McKinsey
Jay Alix isn’t saying that destroying the consulting giant wouldn’t be nice, just that he’s doing it for the right reasons.
On Second Thought, The Justice Dept. Does Think Something’s A Little Odd About McKinsey’s Professed Lack Of Potential Conflicts Of Interest
Especially with its president sitting atop its Chinese Wall.