Davis Polk & Wardwell

AYFKM? Sidley Austin Lawyer To Represent Wall Street

When I initially read the title of this article in the NY Times, I thought, "finally, Wall Street is going to stand up to Obama's wealth redistribution games."  Which was then followed closely by, "WTF? AYFKM?  Carter G. Phillips of Sidley Austin?  Barry and Mishy's old law firm?  What's the game now, and I bet Davis Polk & Wardwell are not happy, or maybe they just don't want to touch this one." Wall St. Weighs a Challenge to a Proposed Tax Wall Street’s main lobbying arm has hired a top Supreme Court litigator to study a possible legal battle against…
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Somehow The Financial B*tchslap Is Becoming Normal

Are any of us surprised about this, the organizations involved, or that it is our money that is being used? AIG breakup nets Wall Street $1 billion bonanza: report NEW YORK (Reuters) - Wall Street banks and lawyers could collect nearly $1 billion in fees from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and American International Group Inc to help manage and break apart the insurer, The Wall Street Journal said on Wednesday, citing its own analysis. Morgan Stanley could collect as much as $250 million, the newspaper said, citing banking experts and documents released by the New York Fed.…
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The Center of The Web; Let’s Start With The Lawyers

(4/2/09 Author's note: Debevoise?  Nice Browser!  And for Debevoise and Davis - why are you looking at the Bilderberg list when the Pilgrims are running the show?) (4/1/09 Author's 2nd note: Davis - you should donate to the Monster!) (Author's Note: Please refresh the page from time to time and go to the end to see the who's who that has come by to see this post.) On New Year's Eve of 2008, I published the first article in the series 'America's Economic Collapse: An Intricate Web of Money, Power, and Political Agendas' which I then moved to The Fed…
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Who Knew?

(Author's Update Below) Well, well, well. When Davis, Polk & Wardwell are sitting on your site day in and day out; you just gotta wonder why? I am a patient monster; really, I am, and I think that maybe this proves the point about bloggers being followed because we actually do have our fingers on the pulse of America. Treasury secretary's choice for deputy withdraws WASHINGTON (AP) -- The person Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner wanted as his chief deputy has withdrawn from consideration, dealing a setback to the understaffed agency as it struggles to address the worst financial crisis in…
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