|Area||Corporate Finance and Securities|
Article originally published in the Canadian Lawyer Magazine, March 2015
Excerpt from "Ch-ch-ch-chchanges":
Change is in the air. Another year full of resolutions for change. Plus it’s an election year, and politicians always promise to effect change. Everybody thinks they like change, because it implies change for the better, and it’s certainly better than stagnancy. But change can be difficult. This is probably why I still have most of the clothes I wore in high school, and why (given my family’s familiarity with those sensitivities) those treasured items that I would never touch go missing from the closet one at a time in staggered intervals when I’m out of town.