Coronavirus and timeshares

April 24, 2020 • By Dennis Beaver  Over the past several weeks I have heard from several readers who have discovered that their parents purchased a timeshare and are now ill with the coronavirus. Some have died. “What happens to their timeshare?” is the question. “As...

Coronavirus and college tuition

April 17, 2020 • By Dennis Beaver In March of this year, many colleges and universities all across America began switching to distance teaching with Skype, Zoom or other web-based, video-conferencing technologies. For some classes — depending upon a student’s major —...

This is the Wrong Way to Compete

March 6, 2020 • By Dennis Beaver Following completion of his residency in ophthalmology with a specialization in the retina, “Tomas” set up his practice in a small west-coast city. While it had several ophthalmologists, the town lacked a retinal specialist. Two older...

Do law schools care about right and wrong?

January 10, 2020 • By Dennis Beaver “I am a second year student at a top Chicago law school wondering if I should continue as I’ve heard some of our teachers insist that law is no longer a profession, but a business, and to succeed a lawyer must be ruthless, doing...