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You didn't really think the Donald would stand up for the little guy, did you?
When boards engage law firms, should they use the same firm that management uses? We don't think so. Law students are taught that you cannot act for two clients whose interests are, or could be, adverse, e.g., a husband and wife in a divorce, a purchaser and vendor of a home, and so on.
In the wake of the U.S. financial collapse in 2008, Canadian banks -- which were largely spared the devastation in the U.S. -- were lauded as an example of a properly regulated banking industry. One o...