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Uh oh Again

posted by Buce

This AALS stuff is becoming a permanent feature of my participation here. 

Anyway--I had said that "Douglas Baird" was speaking on sales of receivables, Thurs aft at the AALS.    In fact, he is one of four.  Here is the whole listing:

Moderator: Carl S. Bjerre, University of Oregon School of Law


  • Douglas G. Baird, University of Chicago
  • Leianne Crittenden, Chief Counsel, Oracle Corp.
  • Bruce Markell, Bankruptcy Judge, Las Vegas
  • William H. Widen, University of Miami School of Law
  • That would be 4:00 - 5:45 p.m. Thurs in the Harding room, Mezzanine Level, Marriott Wardman Park Hotel, head to head against the AALS Scholarly Paper Presentation by Rashmi Dyal-Chand down the hall in the Hoover room.   In my haste, I had misread it as one speaker and three commentators.  My bad, and apologies to the three non-Bairds. 


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