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News@Law, 10/20/2015

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Bloomberg
Egypt Vote Is a Sign of Arab Winter
An op-ed by Noah Feldman. Feel the chill in the air? Winter is coming to the Arab world, with no end in prospect. The meaningless Egyptian parliamentary elections that began Sunday set the scene perfectly. With the only credible opposition banned and its leaders jailed, the election is structurally identical to the sorry affairs in dictatorships before the Arab Spring. The point of the vote is simply to show that the government can engage in the charade of democracy. The public gets it, and any bump to the regime's legitimacy will come only from its confidence that it can produce a result it wants, not from any genuine belief that the people have a say in government.
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ValueWalk
The Case For And Against Activist Hedge Funds
Activist hedge funds can count on a number of supporters in academia and in the media rising up in defense of their actions. No doubt activist hedge funds have found their most persistent academic supporters in Professor Lucian Bebchuk of the Harvard Law School and his co-authors. In several papers, but most particularly in the Bebchuk, Brav and Jiang (2013) paper, the authors make several claims, which are summarized in Bebchuk’s op-ed piece in the Wall Street Journal: “Our comprehensive analysis examines a universe of about 2,000 hedge fund interventions during the period of 1994-2007 and tracks companies for five years following an activist’s arrival...Basically, Bebchuk et al’s argue that their vast base of empirical data does not support the claims made by opponents of activist hedge funds.
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WFAE
Civic Engagement And Fiber Policy In The Digital Age (audio)
In this society of economic haves and have nots there is another divide that is worrisome: the digital divide. High speed access to the Internet is becoming a necessity. Google Fiber is trying to shake things up by bringing it to Charlotte and other providers are stepping up to the challenge but some see this not as the responsibility of commerce but of cities. We hear about how cities can make all the difference and about what Charlotte is doing to that end. Guests: Susan Crawford - professor at Harvard Law School and co-director of the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University.
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The Dodo
Rhino Killer Sues Airline Because He Wants To Bring His Victims Home
A man who paid $350,000 to shoot a black rhino is now suing an airline for refusing to ship his trophy. Corey Knowlton, who won a permit for the hunt from the Dallas Safari Club back in 2014 and made the trip in May 2015, made headlines when CNN decided to go along with him on his hunt for an endangered black rhino in Namibia..."Other than Walter Palmer himself, I cannot think of a less sympathetic plaintiff to challenge Delta's common-sense policy than Corey Knowlton — the Texan who paid to kill one of Africa's rarest black Rhinos," Chris Green, of Harvard Law School, told The Dodo. "No rational airline ever would want to be associated with transporting this endangered animal's butchered body out of Africa just to go hang on some rich American's wall."
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