Reynolds Holding

Reynolds Holding is a Breakingviews columnist who writes from New York about the law in conjunction with Reuters Legal. Before joining Breakingviews, he was a national editorial producer for the Law & Justice Unit at ABC News, a senior writer for Time magazine and the executive editor of Legal Affairs, the first general interest magazine about the law.

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Dec. 18 2012 12:28 PMCongress Should Push For Mandatory Gun Insurance
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Nov. 27 2012 5:24 PMWhy the Snitch in the Insider Trading Probe Shouldn't Go Free
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Nov. 1 2012 4:10 PMWhy Won't Apple Admit Defeat to Samsung?
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Oct. 3 2012 4:37 PMBigger Bucks Come to Supreme Court Clerks Who Wait
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Sept. 13 2012 6:11 PMNo Good Deed Goes Unpunished for U.S. Corporate Citizens
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Aug. 31 2012 3:15 PMApple and Google May Be Looking to Bury the Hatchet
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Aug. 13 2012 12:07 PMChina Mistakes Foreign Law Firms for Party Poopers
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Aug. 1 2012 4:09 PMLoser Citi Lawsuit Sends SEC Back to Drawing Board
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July 24 2012 2:34 PMDo-It-Yourself Law Firm IPO Looks a Bit Too Feisty
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June 20 2012 5:28 PMLehman sideshow underscores regulatory gaps.
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May 31 2012 1:28 PMBlackstone Loss Could Be Gain for Facebook Owners
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May 9 2012 7:53 PMJudges Can Be Tough Without Getting Personal
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April 25 2012 4:24 PMFlorida Example Could Help Drowning Dewey Lawyers
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April 17 2012 12:54 PMLaw School Deans Could Use Some Econ 101
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March 29 2012 4:27 PMObama Backs Healthcare Defender—Until He Doesn't
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Dec. 4 2012 4:59 PMDo Drug Reps Have Free-Speech Rights to Share Shoddy Studies?
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Nov. 20 2012 5:59 PMEnforcers Cast for the Biggest SAC Fish
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Oct. 11 2012 10:25 AMExecutives May Avoid Jail, But Should They Keep Their Jobs?
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Sept. 26 2012 4:41 PMMore Leeway Won't Help SEC Without Better Cases
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Sept. 4 2012 6:30 PMIn Praise of Open Courts in Delaware
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Aug. 15 2012 10:18 AMSlippery Witness Gives Rajaratnam Appeal Traction
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Aug. 7 2012 3:36 PMStanChart Can't Avoid the Long Arm of the Lawsky
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July 25 2012 10:45 AMObama's Not the Trustbuster He Thought He Would Be
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July 10 2012 3:52 PMGoing Broke Can Be True Emergency For U.S. Cities
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June 7 2012 12:47 PMGoogle's antitrust problem is all about privacy.
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May 14 2012 6:09 PMMurky U.S. Bribery Law Gets a Dose of Clarity
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May 1 2012 5:56 PMU.S. Legal Profession Makes a Case for its Critics
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April 19 2012 5:15 PMTwitter Gives Peace a Chance in Patent Wars
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April 11 2012 5:47 PMIf Apple and Publishers Plotted, They Didn't Need to
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March 23 2012 3:33 PMTop U.S. Judges May Drown Out Healthcare Debate

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