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Unrealistic Returns; From Facebook IPO To Pension Funds

Fri Jun 1, 2012 by on Florida Law News

Follow the smart money. Armchair pundits, present company included, will continue to analyze the long term impact of the initial poor performance of the long anticipated Facebook IPO. You will hear how it has further eroded confidence in Wall Street and American style capitalism, which it has. The Facebook IPO only reaffirms what many smart, wealthy and Main Street investors […]

Facebook IPO: Why It Went Wrong and Why It Matters

Wed May 23, 2012 by on Florida Law News

I foolishly hoped the Facebook IPO might actually bring some confidence back to Wall Street. What was I thinking? Turns out it’s just another example of how the soulless Wall Street culture is destroying American style capitalism. We have barely gotten past JP Morgan Chase’s $3 billion catastrophe, and the outrage over their foolish decisions, but here we are again. […]

Foreclosure Notice by Facebook: Banks New Advantage Over Homeowners

What does the digital future of foreclosures look like with social networks like Facebook? Oppenheim Law explores how living in a gated community or hanging out on Facebook may impact the foreclosure process. In the never-ending battle by the banks to make things just a little easier for them, courts in Australia began to authorize banks to serve foreclosure proceedings […]

Oppenheim Law Makes the National Law Journal List!

Who 
would ever have thought that WE…and that includes YOU… all my blog, Facebook and Twitter 
friends…. would become the 4th most important legal trend of the decade. Check out The National Law Journal’s excerpt on The 25 Legal Stories That Defined The Decade. Social Media was #4 and I shared my thoughts with The National Law Journal’s Tresa Baldis […]