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Kendrick Nguyen is an adviser to companies in the technology, finance and investment sectors. He has practiced law in Boston, New York City, and San Francisco, with experience advising foreign governments on securities regulatory innovations. Formerly a Fellow at Stanford Law School and the Rock Center for Corporate Governance at Stanford University, Kendrick has served as visiting professor and lecturer in law at three universities, and held senior executive positions at two companies.

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Dimming the Light With the Espionage Act

(4) Comments | Posted June 11, 2013 | 6:18 PM

Edward J. Snowden may go down in history as the man who redefines the legacy of Barack Obama. His leak of the National Security Agency's expansive domestic surveillance programs, as well as his new life as a fugitive, has dominated public and private discussions across the country and beyond. An...

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Past Presidents' Perspectives: George Washington and Immigration

(4) Comments | Posted July 5, 2012 | 12:26 PM

One can imagine the thousands of former British white men across the newly-established United States of America nodding their heads in agreement when President George Washington released the details of the republic's first immigration policy.

In the Naturalization Act of 1790, Washington limited citizenship eligibility to aliens who...

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Does Good Business Make Bad Presidents?

(2) Comments | Posted March 27, 2012 | 10:19 AM

Among the current crop of candidates for president, several have tried to sell their business experience as relevant to their future success in leading the federal government. Let's look at the best and worst presidents in light of their earlier careers.

All opinions are valid, but not...

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Groupon: Deceptive Marketing in IPO Spotlight

(0) Comments | Posted October 19, 2011 | 6:53 PM

Going public is a dream for most start-ups and their loyal employees and investors. But getting there can be a nightmare.

Before the bell rings to usher in a company's first day of trading at the exchange, it must endure a long and arduous initial public offering ("IPO") process....

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Why Obama Will Beat Romney

(38) Comments | Posted October 19, 2011 | 11:49 AM

In a recent article, Thomas de Zengotita argues that, barring an unexpected event for Obama to show real leadership, Romney will successfully deliver the message that "Obama is weak. Obama can be rolled." Zengotita suggests that a fused image of a weak Obama and a weak America is...

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Halting the Exile of an American

(82) Comments | Posted January 12, 2010 | 10:29 AM

"He knows no other language, no other people, no other habits, than ours; he will be as much a stranger in Poland as any one born of ancestors who immigrated in the seventeenth century. However heinous his crimes, deportation is to him exile, a dreadful punishment, abandoned by the common...

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