Sometimes, something just jumps out from the background at you. Like a guy in an “Ellen” audience, even if there’s nothing technically wrong with it,  some stuff just feels anomalous–out of place–and it causes your subconscious to wake up and say, “Huh? What is that doing there?” Which I guess is how I came to notice the […]

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In a meeting last week, an AmLaw 100 partner related to us that he had just completed a commercial transaction in Germany, where, under the German Civil Code, the contract had to be read aloud in the presence of a notary before it could be executed.  While this initially struck us as archaic and inefficient […]

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