Sujit Choudhry partners with George Anderson on constitutional essay collection

Canadian constitutional lawyer Sujit Choudhry and former Canadian government deputy minister George Anderson have authored a book of essays explaining the complications constitutional processes face with territorial disagreements.

The collection, “Territory and Power in Constitutional Transitions,” focuses on 17 situations where countries are making constitutional changes. These are both small countries, politically diverse countries and areas where territorial politics play both key and secondary roles. Case studies shown in the book include Iraq, Kenya, Nigeria, Spain, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Ukraine and Cyprus.

The published work includes recommendations on policy from the eye of realists looking at the complexity of both politics and territorial governance. Many in the field of constitutional law see this work as incredibly relevant to situations happening worldwide. That is especially true for Myanmar, Yemen and Libya.

The two have also authored a policy paper as a companion piece to their work. The paper is given the same title and details how crafting constitutions is affected by territorial claims. It also offers input to advisors involved in constitutional drafting.

Sujit Choudhry, considered a leading expert on Canada’s constitution, is a principal at Choudry Law. He also founded and is the director of the Center for Constitutional Transitions. Internationally known as a constitutional scholar, Sujuit Choudhry has worked for decades helping those in government advance rule-of-law processes and build constitutional governments.

With law degrees from Toronto, Oxford and Harvard, Sujit Choudhry served as law clerk under Chief Justice Antonio Lamer on the Supreme Court of Canada and served the Bar of Ontario. He was a constitutional law scholar at UC Berkeley, New York University and the University of Toronto for almost 20 years. More than 100 publications bear his name and his work has been used by Canadian courts, including the Supreme Court of Canada.

George Anderson is the former CEO of the Forum of Federations and a Centre for Democracy and Diversity at Queen’s University fellow. He served the United Nations Department of Political Affairs as a part of the Sanby Team of Experts and has been a consultant all over the world.

 

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TJ Maloney – leading the future of Private Equity with Lincolnshire Management

Founded in 1986, and headquartered in New York City, Lincolnshire Management is a private equity firm that specializes in investing in middle-market companies. Middle-Market companies are an essential aspect to America’s economy, with an estimated 200,000 companies that account for a third of America’s private sector, driving more than 30 million jobs. According to their website, Lincolnshire Management maintains large investments across many industries, through an aggressive 85 acquisitions since their inception. At the helm of such an exciting company is TJ Maloney.

 

According to his official biography, TJ Maloney holds a BA from Boston College, and JD from Fordham Law School. TJ Maloney has served in various board positions, ranging from educational institutions such as Boston College, to financial institutions, such as the Boston College Wall Street Council. He has also given many lectures to various financial and educational institutions. TJ Maloney joined Lincolnshire Management in 1993. TJ Maloney currently serves on the investment committee, which entails active involvement in the various portfolio companies Lincolnshire Management maintains investments in.

 

Today, Lincolnshire Management maintains over one billion USD in capital. Through their many acquisitions, they have acquired deep industry exposure, with some of their acquisitions including Amports, a logistics company, Holley Performance Products, a professional auto parts distributor, and Transcraft, a flatbed trucking company. What makes Lincolnshire Management a successful Private Equity firm is their investment strategy: instead of investing in well-known large corporations, or taking a large risk with fledgling startup companies, Lincolnshire Management takes the middle ground and invests in middle-tier, established companies that have maintained a successful operation for more than a number of years. This strategy implies that, while there may be an inherant risk to an investment, a certain level of stability is achieved. In addition, a company that has established itself, yet still provides room for expansion, offers key factors for growth, and, obviously, a wider profit margin.

 

With the investment strategy of Lincolnshire Management, and their extraordinarily competent CEO TJ Maloney at the helm, Lincolnshire Management is set to become the next leader for Private Equity investment.

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Nitin Khanna’s Excellent Adventure

There might be nothing hotter than the cannabis market right now, except for the incubation-type, small investment banks. Nitin Khanna, the once-CEO of Cura Cannabis, is now the CEO of Mergertech, a Portland, Oregon-based small investment banking firm. Cannabis seems to be a hot commodity on the West Coast and the greater Pacific Northwest market, so Nitin Khanna might be a touch clairvoyant as the history books might illustrate. The Portland market, an area that is very cannabis friendly, might just be the best place to start a cannabis-based business, as Nitin Khanna did. That same Portland market, however, is not exactly a hot bed of investment banking action. Under the auspices of Mr. Khanna, this Oregonian city just might start to see some more investment banking interest.

 

Early on, growing up as a young man with an entrepreneurial spirit in India, Mr. Khanna was showing signs of having some special skills regarding startups. He spent some time around a cement company, as well as a motorcycle parts manufacturer, and he made note of what he saw and experienced. It has been said that many of his philosophies on business were born in those early days back in India as Nitin was developing his interests based on how these concerns were run.

 

It is not surprising that Mr. Khanna went to the Lawrence School in India, which has the motto “never give up,” where as a young man he continued to experience development, in both education and his evolving business philosophies. Taking all he learned in those early years in India, he eventually would create “Saber,” a tech-giant that over 10 years became a provider of state government solutions. This company that Mr. Khanna started would eventually have revenue of over $120 million, and that which he sold for over $450 million. It was the experience with mergers and acquisitions while running Saber that led him to develop “MergerTech,” the small investment banking startup he created in Oregon. Cura Cannabis, his venture that he started in Portland in the years after the Saber sale, and today that company is one of the best cannabis oil providers in the nation. Based on all of Nitin Khanna’s successes, we are likely to hear a lot more about MergerTech going forward.

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Adam Milstein Cracks the Surprising Radical Alliances and the Unprecedented Union Between Perennial Foes

Background Information

Adam Milstein is a manager in charge of financing, disposition and property management at Hager Pacific Properties. Moreover, the Israeli-American philanthropist also serves as the chair of the Israeli-American Council. Besides, he is a real estate investor, and the co-founder and president of the Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation.

Duties and Responsibilities

As an active philanthropist, Adam Milstein consolidates his efforts on strengthening his fellow Jews, Israel, and Israeli-America ties through his beneficence towards Jewish education, community and pro-Israel advocacy. Closely hinged to the aforementioned is perhaps why he zestfully writes articles supporting his philosophies and ideologies.

Unholy Radical Alliances Revamp Anti-Semitism

Being a renowned columnist, Adam Milstein recently posted an article on JNS.Org on 7th February, 2018 recapping radical Muslim’s determination to destroy and delegitimize Israel. The altruistic pro-Israel activist decries the increase in sharing of ideas and tactics among anti-Semitism sources, hence the rejuvenated wave of abhorrence, religious discrimination, and unrivalled racism against the Jews.

Contribution to the Society

The world has lately played host to the sordid alliance between radical Islam and radical leftists. This is magnanimously pegged on their mutual detestation for worldwide Western influence, freedom of speech, and despicable anti-Semitism. Therefore, according to Adam Milstein, the radical leftists have an aberrant perspective of Israel as an oppressor of Muslims. Astoundingly, they fault the Jews for every problem in the Middle East and yonder. Apparently due to this, they overlook all vicious acts of the radical Muslims.

His Insight

Typical of such an unholy alliance is Linda Sarsour’s contempt for women and war against radical Islam, yet a heroine to the lefts. The leftist students at Tufts University, too, dubbed Israel a ‘white supremacist’ state in a recently published guide. Akin to this is a guide at the New York University improvidently attacking Israel. Following two recent rallies, one in which Zionists were ridiculed by organizers for attempting to participate in a march against sexual assault, has worsened the unfathomable trend.

Conclusion

It vexes Adam Milstein to see the lefts, and the rights too, collude with radical Muslims in a coalition seeking to annihilate the Western values of freedom, tolerance, and democracy; all embraced only by Israel in the Middle East.

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