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My work has been published by Random House, FinTech Weekly, Inside Compliance, California Lawyer, Inside HigherEd, Los Angeles Times, San Francisco Chronicle, and University of Houston Institute for Higher Ed Law and Governance Monograph Series.

 

 

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A Cautionary Tale for Tokens

FinTech Weekly

January 19, 2018

As the digital asset community tries to project how the world’s governments and agencies will ultimately regulate the cascade of coins and tokens now being blockchained into existence, we could use a good anecdote. Do we have one? In fact we do.

 

A Post-Regulatory Recipe for Economic Leadership

Inside Compliance | Loyola University Chicago School of Law

September 19, 2017

At a time when many corporate leaders focus on the perils of overregulation, the greatest regulatory risk an enterprise confronts may not be high compliance hurdles, but rather the possibility that regulators can’t keep the economy functioning well enough for the enterprise to do its most commercially inventive and societally valued work.

 

Once Upon a Time, In America

California Lawyer

March 2003

Does the future of civilization hinge on America?   Observations on intelligence and Jacob Needleman's new book, The American Soul (Tarcher, 2003).

 

 

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QB Reminds Higher Ed of Regulatory Truth

Inside Compliance | Loyola University Chicago School of Law

October 3, 2017

A twenty-year-old—not a university trustee or president, not a U. S. District Court judge or an antitrust lawyer—puts his finger on a regulatory reality that higher education may not be able to ignore for much longer.

 

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