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Thank You Mark Weidemaier

posted by Bob Lawless
Professor Mark Weidemaier of the University of North Carolina has been guest blogging with us since early November. Today's post on the Second Circuit's pari passu hearing in the NML litigation marked an end to his time with us. Mark hung around so he couuld keep our readers updated on  this important litigation on sovereign debt. Mark's and Anna Gelpern's posts on the topic have been among the most followed on Credit Slips. I just wanted to thank Mark for taking the time to share his expertise with our readers. 

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