Some interesting legal reads for the week of June 23, 2014:
- DealBook’s Steven M. Davidoff on mergers motivated by the inversion tax loophole, providing for tax savings by reincorporation abroad.
- A CEO writes in Forbes about the benefits of having standing meetings (standing as in the participants aren’t sitting). I find that it’s beneficial to stand up frequently, but if I stand up for too long, it becomes uncomfortable.
- Compliance Week reports on a study showing that mistakes in XBRL filings (standardized financial data reporting by public companies) are common.