Hedge Fund Manager Wants To Know How He Can Be Guilty Of Violating Rules That Were Impossible To Understand
The Platinum Partners saga keeps giving and giving.
Biglaw Firm Wants Out Because Pharma Bro Martin Shkreli Can’t Pay His Bills
Biglaw means big bills -- and Shkreli doesn't have the money to pay them.
Coca-Cola Shook Up Diversity Efforts, Racist Shareholders Gushed Out
Asking outside counsel to improve staffing results in chaos.
Pay No Attention To How Much SPACs Are Padding Law Firms’ Bottom Lines
This is a matter of principle, they say without trace of irony.
‘We Need All Lawyers In The Office’ Says Bank Definitely Not Freaking Out About Commercial Real Estate Portfolio
Morgan Stanley doth protest a lot about working from home.
SPACs Facing Tripartite Challenge Of Excess, Mountains Of Paperwork And People With Other Things To Do With Their Stimulus Checks
No one’s giving them a blank check anymore.
Credit Suisse Spy Agency Was More Global, Inept Than Previously Reported
Not in your toolbox, eh, Urs?
Leon Black’s Ties To Noted Sex Criminal Totally Innocent And Definitely Not Problematic, But Apollo Global Will Have A Look-See Anyway
Definitely nothing to worry about, dear limited partners!
Flashy Global Law Firm Accused Of Bilking Trusting Nebraska Senior Citizen
Warren Buffett’s got a bone to pick with Jones Day.
Former CEOs’ Pay Docked For Hurting Banks’ Reputations With Scandals Of Which Banks Say They Are Wholly Innocent
The Kafkaesque conclusions to the Tidjane Thiam and Birgitte Bonnesen sagas.