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Lipson's Back, Is He Going to Be Trouble? (Hey-La, Lipson's Back)

posted by Bob Lawless

When you see him coming, you had better cut out on the double. Hey-la, hey-la. Lipson's Back
You've been spreading lies that I was untrue. Hey-la . . . OK, I'll stop.

We're happy to announce that Jonathan Lipson, the Foley & Lardner Professor of Law at the University of Wisconsin, will be joining us again as a guest blogger. Our long-time readers will remember that Lipson has blogged here in the past, and we are glad that he agreed to reprise his role. The short-term plan is that he will live blog the "Big Bankruptcy" conference organized by Professor Lynn LoPucki and being held at UCLA later this week. Lipson tells me that he also has a few other posts in the works. Welcome back, Jonathan.


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