My View
Generally, it’s a judge’s job to apply the law to the evidence presented at a hearing and decide whether the moving party has met its burden or whether one or the other party has made the more compelling case. Trials and hearings typically involve witnesses testifying as to the facts of the matter...
My View
In my 45 years as a professional economist, human resource economics has been an important part of that experience. I've taught, consulted, and published in the field. As an economist, I take a broader perspective on this topic. Here, I wish to offer perspective on what has become an extraordinary...
My View
You just got off a call with the CFO of a portfolio company, who explained that there is a “short-term” liquidity issue; or you just got a quarterly reporting package, and there is a new EBIDTA adjustment request for another one-time expense, without which the company will fail its covenants. Maybe...
Peter L. Tourtellot, CTP
One of the things that made Peter L. Tourtellot, CTP, so special was that he made time for everybody, no matter how busy he was. His passing on July 16 came as a shock to a lot of us. His contributions and impact on TMA are so far-reaching, it is hard to quantify them all. In sports, a microcosm...