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Financial Advice

“…signing a negotiable instrument is probably better than holding up a liquor store, or other forms of armed robbery.” –Prof. Harrall

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Discussing Shlensky v. Wrigley, 237 N.E.2d 776 (1968) in Corporations. Prof.  H: Who is the plaintiff? Student: A minority shareholder. Prof. H: Who is the defendant? Student: The Chicago National League Ball Club. Prof. H: What are they known for? Student: Losing. For once, we were not the student in question.

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From The We’ll-School-You-Good Files

http://www.koco.com/r/30302312/detail.html MUSTANG, Okla. — A teacher’s nap in class ended up becoming a rude awakening for a student. Mustang Public Schools officials said a ninth-grader snapped a photo of a snoozing substitute with a cellphone last Friday at Mustang Mid-High School. The student was later suspended. Listen up, students: we won’t have you holding us … Continue reading »

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