January 28, 2010
May You Live in Interesting Times
I started teaching law in 2005. My first semester I taught Securities Regulation and had the pleasure of getting up to speed on the Offering Reform Rules. A few years later, I got to be called an "expert" for purposes of discussing the greatest financial crisis our country has seen since the Great Depression. Now, in my fifth year, I get to opine on what Larry Ribstein says "may turn out to be one of the most important business decisions in a generation." Does someone have a more interesting 5-year run for corporate law types?