One of the most important roles of the President is appointing judges to the bench, with an opening on the Supreme Court being the most important. We are set for another battle over an opening because the process lacks a set of policies and procedures. The vast majority of Supreme Court cases are uninteresting except […]
The world got a little less interesting now that this big, bold, brash guy has left it. I have not posted in Compliance Building while I’ve been trying to deal with this loss. My best friend, Jeff Levine, was diagnosed with cancer just before Thanksgiving. He lost his battle against the disease last week. Jeff […]
Whether 2015 was a great year or a terrible year for you, I hope that 2016 will be a better year. I hope that some of the stories I published this past year were useful. Be compliant in 2016
‘Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house Not a creature was stirring, not even the compliance….. That’s enough of my poetry. And frankly enough work for the day. I’m off to celebrate for a long weekend. Merry Christmas. Happy Holidays.
That means an extra long weekend for me. In Boston, the big traffic rush was on Tuesday night to avoid the traffic on Wednesday. I think most people have a half day on Wednesday or the day off. I hope you get to enjoy a long weekend before the push for year-end. I’m going for […]
Compliance Building is a free resource I publish for me, and share with you, to help the compliance profession. It will still be free, but I’m asking for money. I should point out that the money is not for me; It’s for charity. I’m riding the 2015 Pan-Mass Challenge to raise money for the Dana-Farber […]
Norman Leventhal, the founder of my firm, passed away this weekend. Norman had a tremendous influence on Boston. His legacy will be with us for generations. He developed or re-develeped some of Greater Boston’s best-known landmarks: Rowes Wharf, Center Plaza, the Hotel Meridien, 75 State Street, and South Station. He formed the Norman B. Leventhal […]
A reminder to look at your calendar before trusting the news or a strange situation today. For fun, try Google Maps and look for the Pac-Man option. For shopping, try to figure which new item at ThinkGeek is real (if any)
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