strikes me as significant that at a philosophical level, all
three features this month explore aspects of business and
In Exotic Exit Clauses, we examine the reality of
structuring fixed period business marriages within the
context of private equity investment, it being understood
that failure to provide for easy exit in a partnership that
is designed to last a finite period is tantamount to
inviting one or the other partner to eventually indulge in
immorality in order only to end the relationship.
Although Subduing Super Brats is not concerned with
immediate business realities at all, it is still relevant in
its examination of the eternal debate between unyielding
values and applied pragmatism.
Finally Buying Body Parts examines the merit of the a priori
received wisdom that trading in human organs is necessarily
evil within the context of the current regulatory structure.
I trust an examination of the issues is not necessarily the
acceptance of a paramount existential void.