CEF vs ASC: No News is Good News?

Jan 21, 2019 has come and (nearly) gone - and no official word from the ASC pertaining to the matter about the application to stay this proceeding until the representative action has concluded. However, the ASC's "Proceedings, Decisions, and Orders" page for this proceeding is still there, the May 2019 hearing dates are still in... Continue Reading →

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CEF/DIL: ASC Application Hearing Update

Counsel for the prosecution and the defense have made their case. As I expected, counsel for the defense want to delay the proceedings until the representative action has concluded, or have the proceedings sealed so they cannot be used against them when the representative action commences. Considering that the AB real-estate market is somewhere between... Continue Reading →

Wade Mullen Quote of the Day – Dec 20, 2018

Or, should I say "tweets of the day"? Good stuff. https://twitter.com/wad3mullen/status/1075866218572251136 https://twitter.com/wad3mullen/status/1075866219465576452 https://twitter.com/wad3mullen/status/1075866220493238273 ...which is why I use a pseudonym - you can't privately oppress what you cannot find. https://twitter.com/wad3mullen/status/1075866221885698050 ...and if I ever find myself in a meeting to "discuss" purported "issues of concern" I'm recording it in the off-chance it turns out to... Continue Reading →

The Concrete Equities Timeline

What has been is what will be,     and what has been done is what will be done,     and there is nothing new under the sun. Is there a thing of which it is said,     “See, this is new”? It has been already     in the ages before us. Ecclesiastes 1:9-10 If there's one lesson I repeatedly learn... Continue Reading →

ASC Hearing Update: Dec 8, 2018

Remember that Dec 18, 2018 ASC hearing? It's been moved. A closed hearing management session was held on Dec 7, 2018 with the result that the application hearing was extended to two days and the Dec 18 hearing being rescheduled to Jan 7-8, 2019.

Nonprofits In Denial

Excerpted from an article on Philanthropy.com: Nonprofits, like other organizations, often follow a commonly held view about the best way to handle an attack: If you ignore it, the public will forget and move on. The media thrive on controversy, so don’t discuss it and don’t highlight it in any way and journalists will move... Continue Reading →

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