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Something to look forward to....This intriguing film still is from the fabled Lothar & Eva Just Film Stills Collection at the Harvard Film Archive. You can watch the trailer for this gem here and even watch the entire movie here! Director Sergio Martino made this film in Italy in 1983 and it was dubbed in both Italian and English, as was typical for this sort of picture....
Three Provocative Business Bankruptcy Decisions of 2018By Michael L. Cook (Schulte, Roth & Zabel LLP). The appellate courts have issued at least three provocative, if not questionable, business bankruptcy decisions in the past six months. Lakeridge: In March, 2018, the U.S. Supreme Court avoided the substantive merits of a 2016 split decision by the Ninth Circuit that had permitted a Chapter 11 debtor to manipulate the reorganization plan process. Despite the Court's narrow holding approving the Ninth Circuit's "clear error" standard for reviewing a bankruptcy court's fact findings, four Justices wrote two separate opinions challenging the Court's limited review of the Ninth Circuit's stunning decision in the face of a powerful dissent....
PHLR Book Club: “The New Public Health Law”The newest textbook in public health law comes from Scott Burris, Micah Berman, Matthew Penn and Tara Ramanathan Holiday. The New Public Health Law... is an effort to equip students in law, public health, social work and other fields in the public health and social policy realms with the tools to fully exploit the potential of law to improve public health. It takes a transdisciplinary approach, breaking down complex legal processes into discrete and understandable stages, using examples from the field.