Out Fiduciary Outs
|Area||Corporate Finance and Securities|
Article originally published in Canadian Lawyer Magazine
Excerpt from "Out Fiduciary Outs":
All of us have routines and habits that are comfortable, and there's usually no reason to question them. Most weekday mornings, and even some weekends when I have something to do other than think about corporate law, I carefully tie a colourful piece of expensive silk around my neck and tuck it up gingerly under my collar. I don't do it because it feels good, or because it occurred to me that putting fragile fabric right under my chin was sensible. I do it because I am used to it, and just about every other male hustling around the ant-farm-like tunnels under our office buildings does the same. We just do it, and don't think about it.