Category Archives: Corporate lawyers

Banking lawyers: agents of aggression and complexity?

The letter from the FSA’s Adair Turner to Marcus Aguis published yesterday by the Treasury Select Committee raises an as yet under-scrutinsed element to concerns about the current Banking crisis.  The crucial passage is this from Lord Turner: I wished to … Continue reading

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Judgment-based practice and lawyers as gate-keepers: a return to ethics?

The business pages tell us corporate leaders, perhaps cowed by reactions to executive pay and the more general desire to rebuild the legitimacy of capitalism, are increasingly interested in ethics. An interesting question is whether this change, if it is … Continue reading

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