Monthly Archives: October 2014

When is an asset not just an asset? Always

When a deal lawyer sees an asset, they don’t just see an asset, they see real estate, an account receivable, equipment, inventory, a trademark, a general intangible, or one of many other classifications. This urge to categorize isn’t due to our compulsive tendencies as lawyers (mostly), but is instead due to the...
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Procrastination: not a good strategy after graduation

In law school, procrastination may  work reasonably well as a time management strategy.  After all, with syllabi in hand, you can plot out your entire semester in advance, day by day and week by week.  If you choose to wait to do the reading for Wednesday's class until Tuesday night, it will...
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