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Black book names I haven’t seen discussed much on this sub / attempt # 2

2020.07.22 23:34 lovedoesnotdelight Black book names I haven’t seen discussed much on this sub / attempt # 2

*Note that the author of above article (a prior employee of Lazard) states that a disproportionate number of contacts in the black book were employed by Lazard (which has a problematic history in terms of sexual misconduct amongst other forms of misconduct).
**Another interesting note from the author was the amount of deceased people in the book. The late David Rockefeller, Lord Hanson, the British industrialist; John Gutfreund, the onetime “King of Wall Street,” (who presided over a major Treasury market scandal when he was the leader of Salomon Brothers); Paul Allen, the cofounder of Microsoft; Edmond Safra, a billionaire banker who perished in a fire in his apartment in Monaco in 1999; and Al Taubman, the billionaire Detroit real-estate tycoon who was caught up in a scandal involving Sotheby’s. (Taubman’s son Bobby is also in Epstein’s book).
** Most of this is copy pasted from various sources**
Jes Staley - a former senior executive at JPMorgan Chase and now the CEO of Barclays Plc, the big British bank, was, as the New York Times reported, Epstein’s conduit to JPMorgan Chase back in the day. Epstein introduced Staley to the billionaire hedge fund manager Glenn Dubin. visited Epstein on the private island, accompanied by his wife Debora. He also visited Epstein at his Palm Beach office while the Epstein was on prison work-release.
Bill Berkman - the wealthy investor whose secretary once sued him for being forced to look at pornographic pictures of women in emails (the suit was dismissed with prejudice in 2015)
Alan Patricof - the prominent New York venture capitalist and Clinton friend
Michael Ovitz - the onetime Hollywood super-agent who co-founded Creative Artists Agency (CAA) in 1975 and served as its chairman until 1995. and Disney executive. (President of The Walt Disney Company from October 1995 to January 1997) became one of the most powerful men in Hollywood; he was so influential that, when The New York Times wrote about him in 1989, industry executives, directors, and actors refused to comment. He served as talent agent to Hollywood actors Tom Cruise, Dustin Hoffman, Kevin Costner, John Belushi, Michael Douglas, Bill Murray, Sylvester Stallone, and Barbra Streisand, as well as directors Steven Spielberg, Barry Levinson, and Sydney Pollack. became the subject of controversy for remarks made in a Vanity Fair interview, wherein he blamed the downfall of AMG upon a cabal led by Dreamworks cofounder David Geffen which Ovitz described as the "gay mafia". In addition to Geffen, the list included The New York Times correspondent Bernie Weinraub, Disney Chairman (and former employer) Michael Eisner; Bryan Lourd, Kevin Huvane, and Richard Lovett, partners at CAA, Universal Studios president Ronald Meyer (Ovitz's former partner at CAA); and Vivendi CEO Barry Diller. "If I were to establish the foundation of the negativity," Ovitz stated, "it all comes down to David Geffen and Bernie Weinraub. Everything comes back to those two. It’s the same group [quoted] in every article. Ovitz now acts as a private investor who has informally advised the careers of luminaries such as Martin Scorsese.
Jimmy Cayne - the former CEO Bear Stearns. the first Wall Street chief to own a company stake worth more than $1 billion"but he lost most of that in the 2007–2008 collapse of Bear Stearns stock and sold his entire stake in the company for $61 million. He had a reputation for being asleep at the wheel, regularly leaving the office by helicopter for 3 ½-day golf weekends or out of town at bridge tournaments. named in Time Magazine's list of '25 People to Blame for the Financial Crisis. (he called Alan Greenberg “Allen“ while everyone else called him “Ace”. He charged everyone who used the name “Ace” in his presence $100)
Joseph C. Kusnan - a former portfolio manager at Highbridge (Dubin’s company). managed one of the funds to which Dubin directed around $75 million of Epstein’s money to. Glenn introduced him to Epstein as a new manager that he was familiar with and thought highly of. Claims he only met Epstein once he and never communicated again beyond delivering “a good rate of return on his modest investment.”
Daniel B. Zwirn - also a former Highbridge portfolio manager, managed the other fund, the D.B. Zwirn Special Opportunities Fund. (Highbridge initially owned a 47% stake in Zwirn's management company, the source said. Dubin directed $150 million of Epstein’s money to the Zwirn fund
Both Zwirn and Kusnan had worked briefly at Lazard, the 171-year-old investment bank, and it was Kusnan who introduced Zwirn to Dubin around 2002.
Kusnan did have a brief meeting with Epstein at his palatial mansion on East 71st in Manhattan. According to someone who has heard the story, Kusnan went to Epstein’s townhouse and was ushered into a little room by a butler. There, Kusnan saw Epstein sitting atop a “raised platform, like a throne, with two strikingly gorgeous young Eastern European women standing beside the chair.” Epstein asked Kusnan a few questions and then quickly declared that he “was dismissed.” The butler escorted Kusnan out of the mansion. “He walked backed to his office and sitting on the fax machine was the signed paperwork” from Epstein agreeing to make the multi-million-dollar investment in Kusnan’s fund
Harry Beller - Currently a Partner at Louis J Septimus & Co. Worked for Epstein as his tax and accounting expert. An executive described dealing with Beller each quarter as a “completely weird” experience. He said Beller was always fixated about whether any of the annual profits from the Zwirn fund—which averaged returns in excess of 20% a year before it ran into trouble with the SEC—had income sourced from New York State, because Epstein “did not want to pay taxes” in New York State. He says he “never got a single question from [Beller] about the [Zwirn] fund’s strategy or returns. All [Beller] would ask every quarter was what was the percentage of New York.” there are reasons to believe he might know more than has been revealed about Epstein’s empire. Beller, the Zwirn executive said is ”the guy people should be trying to track down and interview.” ”He holds the keys to kingdom.”
After four years of stellar returns and a hedge fund with some $12 billion of assets, Zwirn had amassed a personal fortune of some $700 million, as well as a $17 million condominium on Central Park South, a home in Quogue, in the Hamptons, and an $18 million Gulfstream jet. It all began to come crashing down for Zwirn in 2007 when he discovered that the fund’s chief financial officer had moved money around without authorization between his international fund and his domestic fund and had done some unauthorized movement of money in order for Zwirn’s management company to buy the Gulfstream jet. Zwirn reported the infractions voluntarily to the SEC, and both he and his firm were later completely absolved of any wrongdoing.
Jeffrey Epstein sued Zwirn’s fund to get back the money he had invested in it, and prevailed in court, receiving almost all of the $150 million plus what he had made on an annual basis, according to someone familiar with what happened. In 2010 the dispute between Epstein and Zwirn went to private arbitration, which Epstein won.
Tom Barrack - the founder of hedge fund Colony Capital and a longtime friend of Donald Trump. Barrack was head of Trump’s inauguration committee; he has agreed to cooperate with the House Judiciary Committee’s ongoing investigation into Trump. (He at one point tried to buy Towers Financial)
Anton “Tony” Valukas - a former U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Illinois and a senior partner at the prominent Chicago law firm, Jenner & Block. Valukas’s biggest claim to fame was probably as being the acclaimed author of the 2010 nine-volume report examining the causes of the biggest bankruptcy in American history—the 2008 liquidation of Lehman Brothers. Why in the world would Epstein and Valukas want to have anything to do with each other?
The last name I found interesting which was not mentioned in above article is :
Elizabeth Ross Johnson - the heiress of the Johnson and Johnson fortune. Ms. Johnson, known as Libet, was a tabloid fixture in New York with five husbands and years of family drama. She also dated, Dr. Lionel Bissoon, Michael Bolton and Jerome Jeandin (chauffeur at the Ritz in Paris), Frédéric Fekkai, the hairdresser who, like many of her boyfriends, was younger than she, and fashion consultant Shirin von Wulffen, who is reportedly one of the few men who dumped her.
This was Epstein’s other client aside from Wexner. The relationship with Jeffrey went beyond money management—Mr. Epstein’s name appears briefly on property records for Ms. Johnson’s home in Vail and several land parcels in Dutchess County, N.Y., north of New York City. She also owned 20,000-square-foot triplex in Manhattan’s Trump International Hotel and Tower, which was valued in 2001 at $62.3 million, and a farm in Millbrook, New York, with its private heliport..
She established an orphanage in Phnom Penh in 2003. The complex, which cost a reported $10 to $15 million, has a nursery school and group homes, where 55 abandoned children are housed with foster parents in family-like settings.
Allegedly Had an affair with her (much younger) niece’s boyfriend Casey Johnson (who is Anderson Cooper’s cousin by marriage)
Libet’s grandfather, Robert Wood junior, also known as the General, built Johnson and Johnson into the $171.5 billion pharmaceutical empire. A tyrant who by all accounts deserved his nickname, the General heaped abuse on his only son and namesake, Libet’s father, eventually expelling him from the family company in 1965. Humiliated and weakened by alcoholism, Libet’s father died of cancer just five years later, at age 50. In 1975, two of Libet’s brothers died—Billy in a motorcycle crash, Keith of a drug overdose. Their inheritance passed to Libet and her other two brothers, Woody and Christopher, making them equally—and exceedingly—rich.
Died in 2017 from Alzheimer’s at the age of 66.
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2020.06.03 16:13 ej7259 Tracking Law Firm Response to George Floyd Killing and Racial Injustice

The goal of this post is to aggregate data on Big Law responses to the recent the killings of Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, Tony McDade, and now, George Floyd, amongst many others.
The inspiration for this compilation came after several Big Law firms started condemning racial injustice on June 1, 2020: From Big Law to Boutiques, George Floyd's Death Prompts Outrage, Some Action From Law Firm Leaders
Last Updated 10:00am, June 17, 2020
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All responses are anonymous, and the results will be published regularly on lawschool.
Updates are included in bold to improve readability.
You can find additional information on law firm statements in Above the Law's "What Big Law is Saying About the Unrest Sweeping the Nation"

V100 Firms

Law Firm Internal Communication External Communication (Social Media) Public Statements Pro Bono Efforts and Resources for Black Attorneys Donations and Fundraising
Cravath Internal Statement Link Signed Open Partnership for New York City letter acknowledging racial injustice and disproportionate impact of COVID-19. Link Reaffirmed its commitment to channeling pro bono and philanthropy “toward ensuring the protection and promotion of those fundamental civil rights and civil liberties that create a fairer and more just society” Expanding their partnership with the Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights and a special contribution of $100,000 to the NAACP Legal Defense Fund
Skadden Internal Statement Link; Internal statement: "As a Firm, we cannot fully live up to our core values without ensuring that Skadden continues to be a safe and welcoming place for everyone, while using our platform to combat racism." Signed Open Partnership for New York City letter acknowledging racial injustice and disproportionate impact of COVID-19. Link Asked pro bono team and D&I co-chairs to develop new opportunities for firmwide efforts Donating $100,000 to the NAACP Legal Defense Fund in support of its efforts to achieve racial justice.
S&C Signed Open Partnership for New York City letter acknowledging racial injustice and disproportionate impact of COVID-19. Link
Latham Internal statement Shared internal statement on social media Twitter Continuing pro bono efforts related to civil rights and racial justice; NOTE: the firm highlighted existing pro bono efforts including representing the Riders Island Commission chaired by Judge Lippman and, more recently, by representing the NAACP in its voting rights case against the East Ramapo Central School District
Kirkland Internal memo: Statement of support directed to all Black and diverse personnel; Diversity and Inclusion Committee issued firmwide message of support A Letter from the Chairman to Firmwide Personnel Link; Signed Open Partnership for New York City letter acknowledging racial injustice and disproportionate impact of COVID-19. Link Highlighted existing pro bono work with clients such as Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, The National Center for Law and Economic Justice, and Strategies for Youth Donating $5 million over the next five years in support of efforts to fight for equality and end injustice
Davis Polk Internal email rejecting bigotry in all forms and spoke about our core values of fairness, respect for all, and D &I. Signed Open Partnership for New York City letter acknowledging racial injustice and disproportionate impact of COVID-19. Link Will share details about relevant pro bono work in coming days Donated $100k to Thurgood Marshall Institute (a subsidiary of NAACP LDF)
Simpson Thacher Internal Statement Link Signed Open Partnership for New York City letter acknowledging racial injustice and disproportionate impact of COVID-19. Link Diversity Committee and members of the D&I team will explore ideas, resources and programs; collaborating with the Association of Law Firm Diversity Professionals in a collective response from law firms; continuing to support pro bono projects that combat racism and racial injustices. Link
Gibson Dunn Statement Link. Policing Reform Report Link. $100,000 donation to the NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund
Paul, Weiss Internal Statement Link; Internal email from Chairman on 05/29/2020: Chairman to form strategic partnerships across the bar and the public-interest community “to effect meaningful and enduring change,” likening the coalition model to the firm’s efforts in relation to gun violence, family separation and economic effects from the pandemic. Signed Open Partnership for New York City letter acknowledging racial injustice and disproportionate impact of COVID-19. Link Chairman to wants to increase co-operation between top U.S. law firms for a major pro bono undertaking; intends to work with Paul Weiss partners Ted Wells, Jeh Johnson and Loretta Lynch, among others, “to develop an actionable plan to promote and secure racial justice in our country.”
Weil Internal Statement Giving $100,000 in expanded contribution to Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under the Law, the NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund, and the National Urban League
Sidley Austin Internal Statement Signed Open Partnership for New York City letter acknowledging racial injustice and disproportionate impact of COVID-19. Link Highlighted existing pro bono and partnership opportunities focused on civil rights and combating racial injusti offering additional $10,000 match for personnel donations to nonprofit organizations supporting criminal justice, policing reforms, combating racial discrimination. "We will continue to invest significant resources, financial and otherwise, to support this important work."
Quinn Emmanuel
Cleary Several internal communications from the managing partner, affinity groups, staffing partners, and individual partners; Black lawyers affinity group called out the firm’s response as lackluster rhetoric that failed to provide concrete steps to directly support black associates at the firm Link Helping individuals file police complaints Donating $100,000 split between EJI and NAACP LDF; plus matching $50,000 in employee donations to these groups
Jones Day Internal statement at the end of an update email Link
White & Case Internal Statement Link Released internal statement via LinkedIn and Twitter Link; Link Conversations led by diversity committees expected in near future (more details will be provided); attorneys encouraged to contact pro bono leads; D&I head encouraged attorneys to view NMAAHC resource on "Talking About Race" Link
Debevoise Internal statement following death of Arbery and video of racism against Christian Cooper Signed Open Partnership for New York City letter acknowledging racial injustice and disproportionate impact of COVID-19. Link Chairman plans to "make use of town hall to share some reflection and ideas for what we can do within our own community as a firm"
Williams & Connolly
Ropes & Gray Internal Statement Link
Paul Hastings
WilmerHale Internal statement (DC office)
MoFo Internal Statement Link Chair shared on LinkedIn the message he sent to MoFo employees on Monday (6/1/20) Donated $10,000 from its charitable foundation split between two The Bail Project and Equal Justice Initiative; offering additional $10,000 match for personnel donations to nonprofit organizations supporting criminal justice, policing reforms, combating racial discrimination.
Boies Schiller Internal Statement Link
Milbank Internal Statement Link Signed Open Partnership for New York City letter acknowledging racial injustice and disproportionate impact of COVID-19. Link Donating $100,000 to the NAACP Legal Defense Fund, the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights, and the Equal Justice Initiative
O'Melveny Internal Statement Link LinkedIn post Link: "Black lives matter, and the time to do more is now." Stepping up its pro bono commitment, Donating to The Advancement Project, The Color of Change, and the NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund
Hogan Lovells Internal Statement (Firmwide) Link; Internal Statement (DC office) LinkedIn Post Link Advancing Racial Justice project "[W]e will be identifying organizations that we can support through coordinated donations."
Cooley Internal Statement Link "Black Lives Matter": Link Free mental health and counseling services (firmwide); Black Attorney Affinity Group Allyship + Anti-Racism Resource Kit Link Provided list of organizations accepting donations; announced a $450,000 donation to the Equal Justice Initiative, to “works to end mass incarceration and excessive punishment, to challenge racial and economic injustice and to protect basic human rights for the most vulnerable people in America.”
Proskauer Internal Statement Link Working with the black affinity group to find ways the firm can be part of the solution
Akin Gump Internal Statement Link
Arnold & Porter Sheila Boston, partner just elected president of the New York City Bar Association (the first woman of color in the role): Link
Baker McKenzie LinkedIn Statement Link. "As a firm, we are not neutral."
DLA Twitter Post Link "Underscoring our commitment to racial equality" Link
Orrick Internal Statement Link Devoting greater resources to pro bono civil rights and social justice matters (Orrick Cares) Link Human capital support: launching the Orrick Racial Justice Fellowship Program to enable at least five Orrick lawyers to devote a year each to working on civil rights and social justice issues. Link
Mayer Brown Internal Statement Link
Morgan Lewis Solidarity statement on Twitter, Linkedin Link
Goodwin Procter Internal Statement: Link Statement via website-Link.
Wilson Sonsini
King & Spalding Internal Statement Link A number of individuals at the firm have redoubled efforts with long-standing partners including Atlanta Bar Association’s Equal Justice in Law Enforcement Initiative and Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under the Law [Unclear if 'redoubling efforts' includes additional financial support]
K&L Gates Internal Statement; Diversity Speaker Series
Clifford Chance Internal Statement Link Twitter: #BlackLivesMatter; Link "A Call to Action for Racial Equality" Link Actively exploring how to support affected communities through pro bono work Link; actively consulting with Black and Latino subcommittee in the Americas along with REACH committee in UK and Australia. on the further steps Link "Doubling our funding to [Equal Justice Institute]" Link
Munger Tolles
Winston & Strawn Internal Statement Link Continuing pro bono work and community involvement; asked its Black Lawyers Network, for immediate recommendations Link Continuing existing charitable giving Link
Shearman Internal Statement: "The killing of George Floyd was horrifying to us all and a graphic reminder of the persistent racial injustice that exists not only in the United States, but across the world..." Signed Open Partnership for New York City letter acknowledging racial injustice and disproportionate impact of COVID-19. Link ProBono Work with NAACPLDEF, AALDEF, Latino Justice, the Innocence Project and Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under Law.
Baker Botts Internal Statement Link
Linklaters LinkedIn Post; Twitter Link Statement Link. Donation to NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund this week. (Amount not specified)
Allen & Overy Internal Email: ”A&O stands in support of equality and justice and outlines actions the firm is taking” Increasing pro bono commitments, shared resources, and shred where staff can find support should they need it. pledged to donate $10,000 to NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund this week.
Fried Frank Signed Open Partnership for New York City letter acknowledging racial injustice and disproportionate impact of COVID-19. Link
Perkins Coie Firm townhall
Wilkie Farr
Cadwalader Internal Statement Link Committed to providing updated resources on pro bono efforts; supporting D&I efforts Providing financial support for social justice organization
Susman Godfrey Statement Link. "Racism is antithetical to everything we stand for and everything we work to achieve. " Will “double match” every dollar donated by employee to a 501(c)(3) organization working for racial justice.
Alston & Bird
Dentons Internal Statement Link Statement from Global Chief Executive Officer on the firm's website: Link to Full Statement
Greenberg Traurig Statement on #blackouttuesday" Link
Freshfields Twitter Post: Black Lives Matter Link Statement to Support Racial Equality Link.
Cahill The Executive Committee sent a brief email expressing outrage over the death of George Floyd and standing with the “peaceful protesters.” Indicated firm would provide financial support for “worthy” organizations.
Jenner & Block Internal statement "Jenner & Block Statement on Diversity and Inclusion, and Social Justice" Link
Reed Smith Internal Statement Link Redirecting pro bono efforts to prioritize racial justice. Wellness program will “support those among us who have suffered and are suffering from the trauma of discrimination, injustice, and violence.”
Pillsbury Internal Statement Link Developing opportunities for additional pro bono and other volunteer service "focused on racial injustice and improving the criminal justice system"
Vinson & Elkins Internal Statement Link Firm will participate in Mansfield Rule verification
Holland & Knight
Baker Hostetler
Norton Rose LinkedIn Statement Link. Website Statement Link.
Irell Manella
Nixon Peabody
Crowell & Moring Internal Statement Link Continuing speaker events, and further programs "to raise awareness and provide training about the destructive impact of bias, both explicit and implicit."
Venable Internal statement Link "Venable’s Commitment to Fight Racism" Link $100,000 to NAACP LDF; $100,000 to local orgs.
Foley & Lardner
Squire Patton Boggs Internal Statement Link
Fish & Richardson
Sheppard Mullin
Steptoe & Johnson
McGuireWoods Internal Statement: Link Putting together a diverse group of our lawyers to strategize and to develop a plan related to communities they work in, police, and racial equality
Arent Fox Internal Statement Link Will establish task force to chart out how it can address police-community relations, racial injustice and violence
Fenwick & West Internal Statement Link
Locke Lord
Schulte Internal Statement Link; Internal email promising to send more details on Friday 06/05/2020 Townhall on Friday 06/05/2020
Katten Internal Statement Link Diversity discussions forthcoming
Bryan Cave Twitter post: Message of support to black and African American colleagues, family, and friends: Link "Message of Support from Firm Co-Chairs": Link
Seyfarth Email from Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer, Kori Carew Link Pro Bono and Inclusion and Diversity are exploring opportunities for pro bono and community service [discussions are still underway as firm explores "good fit"]; will examine I&D strategy and action plan; town hall; training
Pepper Hamilton
Fox Rothschild Internal Statement Link
Hughes Hubbard Internal Statement Link Signed Open Partnership for New York City letter acknowledging racial injustice and disproportionate impact of COVID-19. Link
Duane Morris
Haynes & Boone
Kramer Levin
Davis Wright Internal Statement Link
Troutman Sanders
Blank Rome Working with its affinity group, BR United, and its chief diversity and inclusion officer to create firm programming Link
Ballard Spahr
Faegre Drinker "Our Commitment to Effecting Positive Change" Link
Mintz Levin Internal Statement: Link
Kellogg Hansen
Foley Hoag Internal Statement Link
Littler Mendelson Internal Statement Link
Cozen O'Connor Internal Statement Link Providing internal and external support, training, and education; continuing to offer pro bono legal services "for matters that derive from civil rights’ violations." Link Lastly, we will financially support social justice organizations Link

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2020.04.05 18:45 jonsnowismybf Tracking Changes for Incoming First Years

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Stars (firms delaying start but most generous with stipends/benefits)

V100 Firm

Firm Start Date Delay & Stipend/Advance Info Other Updates Updated
Cravath (V1) Sept. 21 start for 2018 and 2019 grads that already took bar exam. Nov. 16 start for 2020 grads contingent on taking bar exam. Expects remote work to continue into the fall. Offering to pay bar expenses in any UBE jurisdiction (up to 2 registrations) 8/5
Wachtell Lipton (V2) Choice between Oct. 12 or Nov. 9 start. Those who took the bar exam already or are leaving to clerk 2021 and taking July 2021 bar exam can start Sept. 21. Covering all expenses to take the bar in another UBE jurisdiction. 8/6
Skadden (V3) Deferred to Jan. 13, 2021. Offering $10k deferral stipend and additional $10k advance. No benefits/health insurance before start. Reimbursing all fees (including travel/expenses + transfer fees) to take the bar in other UBE states. Summer salary advances paid out. 8/8
Sullivan & Cromwell (V4) Offering choice between Nov. 9, 2020 or Jan. 2021 start. Will cover expenses/travel for people to take the bar in other UBE jurisdictions. $10k salary advance paid out 6/12. Email on 6/16 requesting background check info. 8/11
Latham (V5) Option to start Oct. 26 or Nov. 30. Per source's email with recruiting, will not provide benefits/healthcare until start. Start will be remote. Distributed $15k summer stipends. Email to NY associates stating it is "permissible" to take the bar elsewhere. Firm will be flexible with $3k relocation allowance. Considering reimbursing expenses for non NY people. 8/21
Kirkland & Ellis (V6) Oct. 19 start with benefits starting Aug. 1. Firm wants associates to be prepared for in-person start but is ready to onboard remotely based on office by office basis. $10k summer stipends paid out 5/29. 7/16
Davis Polk & Wardwell (V7) Nov. 2 or 16 start. Remote start (at least for NY). Inability to sit for bar exam will NOT delay start. Health coverage starts Dec. 2020. Not expecting people to register for another UBE. $10k salary advances paid out. 7/30
Simpson Thacher (V8) Start date will be mid to late Jan. 2021. Offering $20k salary advance. Incoming associates cannot start in Jan. if they do not sit for the bar exam. Firm implied it will not provide health insurance during deferral. Encouraging people to take the bar in a UBE jurisdiction. Prefer associates take the bar this year and will cover non-NY costs. 7/13
Gibson Dunn (V9) Start dates will vary by office, but everyone will start in Oct., Nov. or Dec. this year. Expects everyone to take bar exam before starting. Prepared for remote start and will give ample notice on when moving is necessary. Summer stipends received. 8/6
Paul, Weiss (V10) Staggered start dates between Oct. and Dec. Sources have confirmed Oct. 19, Nov. 9, and Dec. 7 as start dates. One source says start date assignments seem random but another said it seems to be practice group specific. Offering additional $10k advance and health insurance benefits starting Sept. 14. Onboarding will be remote. Onboarding site is live. $10k summer salary advance paid out as paperwork received. 9/1
Weil, Gotshal & Manges (V11) Nov. 9, 2020 start. 5/1 email encouraging non NY students to take the bar at another UBE jurisdiction. Will cover fees. Covering $5k moving expenses. Cash advance of up to $8500 paid out as requested. 8/10
Sidley Austin (V12) Jan. 11, 2021 start. Offering $10k advance, continued health insurance coverage. E-mail on 4/24 recommended to not make housing arrangements yet. $10k stipends paid out in June. Health insurance started in June (as planned pre-pandemic). 8/12
Quinn Emanuel (V13) Start date set for second week in Oct. for at least one office. Possibility of starting work even earlier based on individual situation and need. 7/14
Cleary Gottlieb (V14) Start date delayed to Jan./Feb. 2021. Offering extra $10K salary advance (so $20k in salary advances total). Firm will begin reimbursing medical expenses beginning Sep. Firm is offering pro bono fellowship to incoming first years if interested. Firm is encouraging people to take September NY bar (for NY associates) or else July/Sept. UBE in home state. Otherwise to take Feb. NY bar (in that order). Not expecting salary cuts/layoffs. 5/15
Covington & Burling (V15) Oct. 12 start. Not requiring incoming associates to move near their home office before Jan. 2021 at earliest. Onboarding will be remote. 7/30
Jones Day (V16) Start date will be Nov. 9 (just a few weeks later than usual). Source says someone from LA office did not receive this email. $10k bar stipend paid out. 6/24
White & Case (V17) Jan. 11, 2021 start dependent on taking the bar exam prior to start. If taking Feb. bar, start date will be Mar. 8, 2021. Offering additional $10k stipend and $15 advance. No health insurance until start. $8k advances paid out. 7/31
Debevoise & Plimpton (V18) Oct. 12 and Nov. 9, 2020 start. Associates will start work remotely. NOTE: this is updated as the firm pushed the start dates back a couple weeks. It had previously announced a Sept/Oct start option. $15k advance paid out. 8/13
Williams & Connolly (V19) No delay in regularly offered start. August & September start dates will be remote. 7/22
Ropes & Gray (V20) Delayed to Jan. 20, 2021. Offering additional $20k total ($10k Oct. stipend and $10k optional loan). Can join healthcare/dental plan starting Oct. 20 (original start date) and firm will cover all coverage costs until associates begin. Offering on a voluntary basis a public-interest fellowship for one year at $80k salary or voluntary sabbatical with $38k stipend. Encouraging associates to sit for exam in another UBE jurisdiction. Will reimburse costs for 2 jurisdictions. "If you do not succeed in qualifying for an exam before your start with Ropes & Gray, we will evaluate the need for bar leave on a case-by-case basis." $10k advances received. 9/10
Paul Hastings (V21) Feb. 1, 2021 start. Offering $15k stipend and healthcare starting October. Those taking the Feb. bar will start in March. Bar study bonuses released in early 2020. Firm has been pretty silent since. Start date had originally been set for Oct. 5. Recruiting stated to source it would be communicating within a week but never did. 8/18
WilmerHale (V22) Jan. 11, 2021 start. Offering $2k healthcare stipend and $15k salary advance. Clerkship bonus paid out early. $20k summer stipend received in June. Background checks conducted. 8/27
Morrison & Foerster (V23) At least for San Francisco: Feb. 1, 2021 start. Offering $10k stipend and $10k advance. Stipend paid out. 7/1 Email reminded incoming associates they need to take the bar exam before joining. Sent list of resources including a calm app subscription and debt refinancing options. 8/14
Boies Schiller Flexner (V24)
Milbank (V25) Firm is offering choice between Oct. 12 remote start and Jan. 2021 start. Incoming associates need not move immediately. Firm will give reasonable notice when it expects in-person work to start again. Firm wants everyone to take the UBE this year if possible. If not, they're giving 3 weeks off with pay to study for Feb. UBE and will allow associates to start work before Feb. without taking the bar. UPDATE: emailed 7/23 stating they are aware of NY bar situation. Committed to honoring Oct. 12 start and reaffirmed paid time off if bar is held in Feb. 5/4 email sent for NY associates -firm will cover full cost of UBE registration in any jurisdiction and cost to transfer score. $10k summer advances paid out. 7/23
O'Melveny & Myers (V26) Choice between Jan. 25 or Feb. 22, 2021 start. Offering additional $10k advance. $10k bar stipend disbursed in Aug. Also offering $2.5k health insurance stipend. 8/1
Hogan Lovells (V27) Start delayed to Jan. 2021. $25k deferral stipend will be sent out in Oct. $6k summer stipend was paid out on 4/24. Firm will pay relocation expenses in spring/summer if necessary. 4/25
Cooley (V28) Jan. 11, 2021 start. No decision on in person or remote but they're hoping for in person. Can elect for $5k or $10k salary advance. Plus $4k stipend for health insurance costs. $16k summer stipend paid out on time. 7/27
Proskauer Rose (V29) Said there are currently no plans to delay the “expected” regular early November start. UPDATE: Jan. 25, 2021 start. Offering $10k stipend. Option to join healthcare plan starting Dec. 1. Offering to pay for secondary (non NY) UBE bar registration subject to approval. Paid out its usual $10k salary advances. 9/23
Akin Gump (V30) Start delayed to Jan. 2021. Offering $10k advance. UPDATE: Start moved up to Oct. 26, 2020. $5k summer stipends paid out. Offering $10k salary advances. 9/23
Arnold & Porter (V31) Deferred to Jan. 25, 2021. $10k bar stipend paid out. Have option of taking out a $5k, $10k, or $15k loan that would be repaid through deductions from 2021 paychecks. 7/1
Baker McKenzie (V32) Start date is set for Jan. 25, 2021. Firm has converted $15K salary advance into a $15K loan, so that it is better from a tax perspective. 6/25
DLA Piper (V33) Start date deferred to Jan. 2021. Additional $7,500 salary advance available in October. Summer stipends distributed 7/17. 7/21
Orrick (V34) Delayed to Jan. 2021. Offering $10k salary advance and health insurance stipend. $10k stipend paid out. 4/8
Mayer Brown (V35) Jan. 2021 start date. Offering $15k total deferral stipend $5k per month for the months of Oct., Nov., and Dec., and 100% benefits through that time. Received $10k summer stipends in May. Email from associate reassured source that firm is still very busy and looking forward to the new associates. 6/10
Morgan, Lewis & Bockius (V36) Nov. 16 start. Planning for remote start. Will give at least six weeks notice on when associates need to be in office. $10K stipend was paid out on 1/1. Managing partner emailed on 4/1 assuring that incoming first year associates still have "exciting careers ahead." 8/27
Goodwin Procter (V37) Oct. 19, 2020 start. Will start remotely. Will cover costs for taking the bar exam in any UBE jurisdiction and transferring the score if applicable. Offering $15k total in stipend/salary advances. $5k salary advance available in Oct. and $10k in a "forgivable loan" that "will be forgiven 30 days after your start date." The $10k has been disbursed. 8/19
Wilson Sonsini (V38) Nov. 9 start & offering $2,250 stipend for healthcare costs in the interim. Onboarding will be remote and WFH until at least Jan. 31, 2021. Incoming associates do not need to relocate to their assigned office city. Bar stipend and relocation benefits were timely distributed. 7/30
King & Spalding (V39) Jan. 19, 2021 start. $15k stipend and healthcare starting Oct 1. May reach out to individuals with a possibility of starting earlier. 9/15
K&L Gates (V40) Start date delayed to Feb. 1, 2021. $7500 fall stipend. Summer stipend paid out this month. 5/31
Clifford Chance (V41) Start date deferred to "no earlier than" Jan. 15, 2021. No mention of additional stipend/salary advance. 5/11 email stating firm will cover bar expenses for taking UBE outside of NY. Advances paid out on time. 7/8
Munger, Tolles & Olson (V42) Deferred until Jan. 2021. Firm is offering $25k associate salary advance, $15k for 2021 clerks. No decision on healthcare yet. 7/17
Winston & Strawn (V43) Start date pushed to Feb. 1, 2021. Offering health insurance starting Oct. (but not covering cost of premium) & $4k/month stipend from Oct.-Jan. 31. Will cover all bar expenses + transfer costs for UBE for non NY students. "Details about compensation, health insurance coverage and public interest opportunities will be sent soon." $10k stipends sent out. 8/19
Shearman & Sterling (V44) Jan. 2021 start. $15k advances distributed. Incoming associates must sit for the bar exam before starting. 8/21
Baker Botts (V45) Start date delayed to Jan. 2021. Start is contingent upon taking the bar exam. 8/23
Linklaters (V46) Choice between Oct. 12 or Nov. 2 start. Onboarding will be remote. 8/15
Allen & Overy (V47) Delayed until at least Jan. 2021. Offering $20k advance. Health insurance available starting in Sept. Offered $5k summer stipend and $7.5k relocation stipend. 8/13
Fried Frank (V48) Delay to Jan. 11, 2021. $10k additional stipend. Firm is giving access to an employee assistance counseling/wellness service. Email on 4/6 to ensure they have the proper information to pay out advances (can elect to get up to $15K. $5K now and $10K once they get your transcript) and “bonus for signing on” ($3K). Advance of 5K (if person wants it) and bonus for signing on will be distributed on 4/30. The 4/30 advance was paid out on time. Firm is being flexible about taking the bar outside NY and associated costs. 7/29
Perkins Coie (V49) Nov. 1, 2020 start (at least for Bay area). 8/17
Dechert (V50) No set start date but will not be before end of 2020. Offering $10k advance and health insurance starting Oct. Positive email sent out on April 9 stated "we continue to be excited about your arrival" and "you are part of our community." $10k advance paid out on time. 8/27
Willkie Farr & Gallagher (V51) $20K advances have been paid out. UPDATE: Deferred until "early 2021." Not covering healthcare before start. Email sent on 4/22 providing information about moving stipends, allowing associates to take the bar in any UBE jurisdiction. 9/15
Cadwalader (V52) Start date delayed to Jan. 11 2021. Giving $12,500 total in salary advances. $7,500 available May 1 and $5k available Oct. 1. Start will be a "hybrid" approach. Email 4/24 stated reason for delay was safety concerns, uncertainty on returning to office, and effect of virus on ability to fully integrate first years. The firm will pay all expenses for taking the bar in any UBE jurisdiction. 8/21
Susman Godfrey (V53)
Alston & Bird (V54) Start date delayed to mid-Jan. 2021. Email received 5/8, $7,500 stipend will be paid out over four months (Sept.-Dec.) Emailed incoming class mid-March to share firm-wide update. Reaffirmed advances. Advances paid 4/15. 5/15
Dentons (V55) Start date set for Jan. 2021, "with the option to begin earlier as client demands require." 4/17
Greenberg Traurig (V56) Decision will be on office by office basis. Some offices have deferred to Jan. 2021 while others have confirmed fall starts. For Miami office: Jan. 11, 2021 start with $10k advance. Boston office has Nov. 2 start. Firm hasn't communicated anything to incoming class. 8/27
McDermott Will & Emery (V57) Option of starting in Oct. 2020 or Jan. 2021. Summer stipend is being distributed at normally scheduled date and barelocation expenses are still being reimbursed. 6/19
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer (V58) Oct. 19, 2020 start. Advised incoming NY associates to sign up for another UBE. 5/16
Cahill Gordon & Reindel (V59) Jan. 19, 2021 start. Offering additional $20k advance. Offering $7500 salary advance immediately + for anyone who attends school outside NY a maximum reimbursable moving allowance of $2,500. 7/26
Jenner & Block (V60) Nov. 30 start. Also offering Jan. 19 start for those wanting more time between bar exam and start date. Healthcare and benefits will kick in upon start. Paid out $16k stipend in May. 8/4
Reed Smith (V61) Jan. 2021 start. Offering $15k in deferral stipends/advances and can start receiving benefits in the Fall. $5k Fall stipend offered on top of regular summer stipend & additional $10K salary advance. $10k bar study stipend paid out. Insurance/benefit paperwork distributed. Firm is subsidizing premium cost Sept.-Jan. 6/10
Pillsbury (V62) Deferred to Jan. 2021. $5k/month stipend from October to December, in addition to $10k summer advance. Summer advances have been distributed. 6/4
Vinson & Elkins (V63) Jan. 19, 2021 start. No info on additional financial assistance. Start date assumes associates take the bar exam or their home office is state with DP. Offering additional $10k advance. Firm offers $10k salary advance upon graduation. 7/26
Holland & Knight (V64) Deferred to Jan. 29, 2021. Additional $10k stipend will be paid out in October (in addition to regular $7,500 stipend). 5/27
Baker & Hostetler (V65) Start date delayed to Jan. 2021. Info on salary advances will be forthcoming. 6/15
Norton Rose Fulbright (V66) Deferred to Jan. 19, 2021 8/6
Irell & Manella (V67)
Nixon Peabody (V68) Deferred to Feb. 2021; no definitive start date given. Additional $10K salary advance available in Sept. 5/7
Crowell & Moring (V69) Deferred to mid Jan. 2021. No assistance beyond normal $10k salary advance and extra $2,500 advance to help with private insurance costs. Will not extend access to benefits. 7/20
Venable (V70) Start date pushed to "early 2021." Deferral salary advance of up to $10,000 will be available in September. 5/7
Foley & Lardner (V71) Start delayed until Feb. 1, 2021. Offering additional $10K advance in October. Offering $10k summer salary advance. 6/1
Squire Patton Boggs (V72) Jan. 2021 start per ATL article. 7/6
Fish & Richardson (V73) Firm-wide start date delayed to Jan. 19, 2021, but some offices may start earlier if possible. Offering $10k deferral stipend to be paid in October. $15k salary advances paid out in May. 7/15
Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton (V74) January 2021 start. Offering $10k advance. No health insurance until start. 8/10
Steptoe & Johnson (V75)
McGuireWoods (V76) Start date moved to November 2. Salary advances available. 5/26
Arent Fox (V77)
Fenwick & West (V78) Oct. 19 start, subject to change if bar exam date changes. $7500 salary advance and access to healthcare benefits starting Sept. 21. 7/26
Locke Lord (V79) Mid-October start. 8/15
Schulte Roth & Zabel (V80) Jan. 19, 2021 start. Offering $10k deferral stipend and $2,500 reimbursement for medical insurance. Will give 30-day notice before anyone is expected to move to office location. Offering 3 weeks paid time off for those taking Feb. bar exam. $10k salary advance to be paid by the end of June. 8/18
Katten (V81) Feb. 1, 2021 start date with possibility for some associates to be asked to start earlier based on firm needs. Providing additional $20k stipend paid out in two installments. $10k summer stipends are being processed. 7/4
Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner (V82) Deferred start date to January, 2021 with a $10k stipend paid in the fall. 5/22
Seyfarth Shaw (V83) Jan. 2021 start. No financial assistance to first years as of Sept. 10% cut to associate salaries. 9/13
Pepper Hamilton (V84) Merged with Troutman Sanders so package & start is identical. Jan. 2021 deferral, health insurance + $4k/month stipend Oct.-Dec & will pay monthly stipend through Feb. bar if necessary. Also $5k advance. Updated offer letters issued, salary remains the same. 8/18
Fox Rothschild (V85) Jan. 2021 start 4/20
Hughes, Hubbard, & Reed (V86) Jan. 4, 2021 start. Offering $15k advance and looking into starting health benefits in the fall. 8/7
Duane Morris (V87) Jan. 2021 start. Additional $7500 deferral stipend. Paid out $7500 summer stipend. 7/13
Haynes and Boone (V88) Paid out standard $10k salary advance. Firm is also paying out standard $3k stipend later in May. 5/19
Kramer Levin (V89) Delayed to Jan. 2021. Providing $8k interest free loan in Oct. Unclear if the $8k loan is in lieu of summer pay advance or in addition to it. Firm will pay for non-NY school incoming associates to take UBE in another state, and will cover all additional costs. 5/8
Davis Wright Tremaine (V90)
Troutman Sanders (V91) Jan. 2021 start. Offering health insurance starting Oct. and $4k/month stipend through Oct. 15 - Dec. 31. If associates are unable to take the summefall bar exam, will continue paying $4k/month stipend until after Feb. bar. Also can take a $5k salary advance. Summer salary advances have been mailed. Updated offer letters issued, salary remains the same. 8/18
Blank Rome (V92) Delayed to Jan. 2021. Some associates may begin earlier depending on office/group needs. Offering health insurance beginning Oct. and $10k advance. 7/29
Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton (V93) Jan. 19, 2021 start. Extra $12k stipend. 6/2
Ballard Spahr (V94) Jan. 2021 start per ATL. 7/16
Faegre Drinker (V95) Deferred until "no earlier than January 4, 2021." Additional $10k interest-free loan for Fall. Offering $10k interest-free loan upon graduation. 6/13
Mintz Levin (V96) Start deferred to Jan. 2021. Offering $7500 stipend and $7500 salary advance. There will be a 10% pay cut and no bonus. 7/16
Kellogg, Hansen (V97)
Foley Hoag (V98) Source heard from a friend that start date was pushed back to Jan. (at least for Boston). 5/21
Littler Mendelson (V99) Oct. 5, 2020 start. UPDATE: Phone call for CA office saying start date pushed to January 4, 2021. 5/7
Cozen O'Connor (V100) Jan. 2021 start. 5/7

Other Firms

Firm Start Date Delay & Deferral Stipend/Advance Info Other Updates Last Updated
Fisher & Phillips At least for CA offices: Oct. 19 start and offering salary advance. 9/11
Arnall Golden Gregory Jan. 2021 start. 9/11
Patterson Belknap Start deferred from October to Nov. 2. Offering $10k advance. No healthcare benefits until start. 8/4
Wollmuth Maher & Deutsche Source heard third hand that firm doesn't anticipate revoking offers and is taking time to organize possible remote start. 7/21
Keker, Van Nest & Peters No change to fall start. Will start remotely if needed. 7/15
Moore & Van Allen Can choose between Sept. 14, 21, or 28 start. 7/15
Bass, Berry & Sims Deferred to Jan., 2021. Offering $20k stipend AND $15k interest-free loan. 7/13
Ice Miller Jan. 2021 start. $4k/month stipend for Sept.-Dec. 7/2
Richards, Layton & Finger Start date moved to Sept. 21 to accommodate Sept. DE bar exam Regular $10k bar stipend paid in May & $5k stipend to be paid in August 6/27
Day Pitney Start date moved to Jan. 4, 2021. No info on any fall stipend/advance. 6/23
Shook, Hardy & Bacon Jan. 19, 2021 start. Offering additional $10k stipend. Directed associates to contact benefits team to discuss healthcare. Summer stipend distributed on time. 6/20
Morris, Manning & Martin Jan. 4 2021 start. $5k summer salary advance offered. 6/19
Bracewell Jan 2021 start. $10k advance available in Sept. 6/26
Husch Blackwell Jan. 11, 2021 start. Additional $3k stipend & option to receive one month's salary advance. 5/29
Schiff Hardin Jan. 2021 start. Extra $10k fall stipend. 5/10
Buchanan, Ingersoll & Rooney Jan 2021 start. No mention of financial assistance. 5/4
Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett and Dunner Jan. 4th 2021 start. Increase in usual stipend to $15k paid out in June. Stated no benefits before start date because to do so would be contrary to the law. 7/13
Thompson & Knight Jan. 2021 start. Offering total of $20k in mix of stipends/advances. $10k stipend and optional $10k salary advance. 5/2
Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck No change for Sept. 8 start date. No change to salaries. 4/24
Hunton Andrews Kurth Sept. 14 start. For anyone taking the bar past that date, firm is offering staggered start dates throughout Oct. 6/25
Kelley Drye Deferred to unannounced date. Salary reduction of 10% for anyone making over $100K but they hope to restore salaries to regular levels when possible. 4/14
Fagen Friedman & Fulfrost Delayed to Jan. 2021 4/8
Dickinson Wright Deferred to Jan. 4, 2021. 4/9

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2020.04.03 21:55 Hstrat Tracking Summer Program Changes

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V100 Firms

Firm Name Status Pay/Offer Information Current as of:
Cravath (V1) 5/5: New Dates 6/15-7/24, start virtual, hope for in-person but seems unlikely. 5/22: fully virtual, casual to business casual dress. WFH thech shipped to summers 10 Weeks Pay. Guaranteed offers 4/15; Advances paid 4/3 5/22
Wachtell (V2) 4/13 email: Start on time, virtual. 4/30: Sending laptops and phones for virtual start on 5/11. 5/4: WFH equipment delivered Full Pay (since it's full duration). Sent $10k advances in March 5/4
Skadden (V3) 4/8: Program will continue, maybe virtual. 4/22: Delayed to 6/22 (8 weeks), start virtual and go in-person if possible. 5/14: NYC hopes for last 4 weeks in-person. Full Pay; advance to be paid in mid-May. 5/14: Will extend offers at the normal rate (100%). 5/28
S&C (V4) 4/30 phone call: Cancelled; can help set you up with pro bono org; will have optional networking events with practice groups & mentors. Extended Offers on 4/30; $19,230 stipend; can get $10k as an advance against next year's salary. 5/5: Offers received; open til 10/1 for 2Ls, 21 days after OCI for 1Ls. 5/8: money received 5/8
Latham (V5) 5/4: 6/1-7/24 (8 weeks); will start virtual, hope for optional in-person later Full Pay guaranteed on 4/10, reiterated on 4/20 5/4
Kirkland (V6) 5/4: Delayed to 6/15 (2 weeks), all virtual. 5/5: Logistical email. 5/7: Hiring partners at some offices setting up individual calls. 5/11: offer letters emailed; practice group assignments coming later Full Pay, Offers guaranteed & extended on 5/4 5/11
Davis Polk (V7) 4/9: Delayed. 5/5: will start on 6/29 (4-6 weeks); plan for all virtual but hoping for in-person events at the end. 5/8: logistical details, promise of pro bono work Full Pay and Offers guaranteed on 4/9, reiterated on 5/5. Advances paid. 5/8
Simpson Thacher (V8) 5/7: Will be 7/13-8/14 (5 weeks), fully virtual Full Pay (8 weeks' pay plus $7,500 pro bono stipend) on 5/7; anticipates "providing full-time offers in the normal course" 5/7
Gibson Dunn (V9) 4/11: Delayed to 6/15. Beginning likely virtual, NYC and maybe others all virtual. 4/28: 6 week program; virtual/in-person will vary by office. 5/13: Dallas will have optional in-person start Full Pay. Payment in excess of weeks actually worked will be made as a bonus payment on your first day. Must be returned if you do not complete the SA program 5/20
Paul, Weiss (V10) 4/16: Delayed to late June or early July. 4-6 weeks. 5/20: Starts 6/22 (6 weeks) Full Pay guaranteed on 5/1. "Expect to extend" offers to everyone. Advances received on 4/27 5/20
Weil Gotshal (V11) 5/6: Delayed until at least 6/15. Most likely a virtual program. NYC & Dallas will be fully virtual, practice group decision deferred to '21 Full Pay, Offers guaranteed on 5/6. Advances paid 5/13
Sidley Austin (V12) Late March: Firm-wide delayed until at least 6/1. 4/14 CHI: check-in email. Week of 5/4: new dates 7/6-7/31; everywhere but TX will be fully virtual. 5/27: HOU fully virtual as well Full Pay; bi-weekly paychecks starting on 5/22bla 5/28
Quinn Emanuel (V13) 5/7 NYC: Asked for shoe/hoody size, no other info. 5/15: Will run 6/15-8/15; Fully virtual program Full Pay 5/15
Cleary (V14) 4/23 Firm-wide: Delayed to 7/6. 4-6 week program, virtual but hopefully optional in-person programming later. 5/26: Will run from 7/6-8/7. No outside work/volunteering after 7/6 Full Pay, Offers guaranteed on 4/23. 4/7: Continues to offer advances. 4/21: Advances paid. 5/27
Covington (V15) 8 weeks remote work; considering in-person events in July. 4/26: email asking where to mail computers, explained pay schedule. 5/13: Program will be fully virtual Full Pay, will provide housing if in-person happens. 4/26: Offered an advance. 5/13: advances paid. 5/13
Jones Day (V16) 4/8: Program begins virtual on 5/18. Cancel housing plans. 4/17: NYC will be 10 weeks. 4/23: All offices will be a ten week program, start virtual, offices decide when/if to go in-person Full Pay (since full duration) guaranteed on 4/23. 5/13: plan to extend offers to all "qualifying participants" in their SA program. 5/9: Advances still available 5/13
White & Case (V17) 7 weeks program (6/22 - 8/7). First two weeks virtual, next 5 in-person but could move virtual. Have been in touch with logistics throughout. 5/20: Program will be fully virtual Pay pro-rated. 4/17 webex: expect to keep 100% offer rates. 4/23: Advances paid. 5/20
Debevoise (V18) 5/13: Starts 7/6 (4 weeks), fully virtual. Full Pay guaranteed; $3,000 advances paid 5/13
Williams & Connolly (V19) 3/25 email: preparing in case changes are needed. 4/24: Delayed to 6/1 (11 weeks). Start virtual, hope for in-person 11 Weeks Pay; W&C waits to make offers til post-clerkship, but "you have nothing to worry about" 4/24
Ropes Gray (V20) 5/1 email: Delayed to 7/6-8/7 (5 weeks). All virtual; Will help connect you to pro bono orgs for other weeks. 5/9: sending laptops. No pro bono work from 6/1 to start of program. 5/21: Can do pro bono if get approved first Full Pay guaranteed on 5/1. 1Ls got a second email strongly implying they'll get offers. 5/9: Advances still available 5/21
Paul Hastings (V21) 4/7 email: Start date delayed. Considering virtual program. 4/22: new dates 7/6-8/14; Start virtual but hope for in-person. 5/8: logistics email Intends to extend offers to everyone at the end of the summer. Still deciding what to do re: pay 5/8
WilmerHale (V22) 5/13: Program runs 7/6-7/31 (4 weeks), fully virtual. 5/15: Some offices getting check-in calls from hiring partner. 5/28: No outside pro bono during program dates Full Pay guaranteed on 5/13; offers to be extended at "customary" rate; 2 weeks' pay advance to be paid 6/12 5/28
MoFo (V23) 5/8: 6/16-7/24 (6 weeks); fully virtual; onboarding email next week 5/8: Pro-rated pay. 4/13: Guaranteed Offers 5/8
Boies Schiller (V24) 4/29: Committed to SA, maybe virtual. Starting on time; each office deciding virtual independently. 5/6: NYC sent laptops Full Pay guaranteed on 4/5. 5/6
Milbank (V25) Delayed to 6/8, still be ten weeks; Start virtual, hope in-person later. Multiple Onboarding emails sent since. 5/5: recommit to 10 week program Full Pay (since full duration) guaranteed on 5/5 5/5
O'Melveny (V26) 5/8: Delayed to 7/6 (6 weeks), fully virtual 5/8: Guaranteed Offers; Pay pro-rated; $10k advance against next year's salary available 4/21
Hogan Lovells (V27) 4/15: Delayed to 7/6, hoping in-person; shortened to 4 weeks. 5/16: Begins 6/8 for some; fully virtual; about 20 hours a week 4/15: Guaranteed Offers, Paid for 8 weeks 5/16
Cooley (V28) 4/21: Delayed to 6/22 (6 weeks), first two weeks virtual, rest is TBD. 5/6: Invitation to virtual event. 5/21: fully virtual 4/1: Pay pro-rated; "As in every year," offers will be made based on "individual performance". 4/21: $5k advances to be paid. Week of 5/1: advances paid. 5/29: Offering a $150 "health/wellness" credit 5/29
Proskauer (V29) 5/8: New dates 7/6-8/7 (5 weeks); Fully virtual; possible 1 week in-person "reunion" in the future Offers Guaranteed on 5/8; $25k compensation 5/7
Akin Gump (V30) Email to some offices 4/17: Probably delayed to end of June; no housing arrangements. 5/8: 5 week virtual program Full Pay guaranteed on 5/8; Expect to keep 100% offer rate 5/8
Arnold & Porter (V31) Delayed to 6/8; five weeks, virtual, option to join in-person later if possible. emails through April regarding logistics Plan to keep 100% offer rate. Firm will pro-rate, but does not plan to make a formal announcement. 5/20
Baker McKenzie (V32) 4/21: Delayed to 6/29 (5 weeks); all virtual but with "connection days" in-person if possible. 4/21: Pay pro-rated; Offers will be made through "the standard process." Advances have been paid, but are also still available 4/22
DLA Piper (V33) 4/3: Delayed to 6/29 firm-wide; 5-week in-person program. 5/13: fully virtual 5/13: "intend to give offers" to all summers. 5/14
Orrick (V34) Firm-wide 4/8 email: Delayed to 6/15 (5 weeks), virtual but with in-person later possible. No news since Offers Guaranteed on 4/8; pay pro-rated, lump sum payment 6/30. 5/27: Sending a gift card to pay for home office/meals 5/27
Mayer Brown (V35) 3/25 call: ambiguous. 4/23 Call: Delayed to 7/6 (5 weeks), all virtual. Final offices called by 5/3 Offers Extended week of 4/23; Pay pro-rated; advances to be paid in May. 5/4
Morgan Lewis (V36) 3/23 ambiguous email. 4/20: Fully virtual (6/1-7/10), mailing laptops Full Pay guaranteed 4/30
Goodwin (V37) 4/8: Delayed to 7/6 (5 weeks). 4/29: Hiring Partner email to check in. 4/8: pro-rated. 4/22: Expect the offer rate to be close to past years (100%); advances offered 4/29
Wilson Sonsini (V38) 5/1: 6 week all-virtual program starting 6/15; can opt to work with a pro bono org instead Offers Guaranteed; pay-pro-rated; Relocation stipends paid. Some offer received 5/11 5/11
King & Spalding (V39) 3/26: checking in 4/15: Delayed to at least 6/22. Promised "details soon." 5/18: two week virtual summer program in July. 5/20: No pro bono beginning 6/1, RA is fine. 5/22: post-grad start date TBD based on "needs of the firm" Full Pay; Guaranteed Offers. 5/22: Offers received 5/22
KL Gates (V40) 4/15: Delayed at least to June. 5/11: Delayed to 7/6 (3 weeks). More info in coming weeks 5/11
Clifford Chance (V41) 4/30: 6/1-6/26 will be the "core program"; supplementary virtual programs and potentially client work through 8/7. 5/5: zoom call w/ incoming 1st year attys Full Pay guaranteed on 4/30 5/5
Munger Tolles (V42) 4/17: Delayed to mid-June (6 weeks). 5/7: Will run 6/15-7/24; Sending laptops, phones, etc. Full Pay guaranteed on 4/17. 5/23: Advances paid; firm will pay for food and food delivery for lunches with associates during the summer 5/23
Winston & Strawn (V43) 5/11: Starts 7/6; 3 week virtual program plus 1 week pro bono program. Employee as of 6/1 Full Pay, Offers Guaranteed. 5/27si
Shearman & Sterling (V44) 4/20: Delayed to at least 6/22; virtual/in-person is TBD; Full Pay, Offers Guaranteed on 4/20 4/20
Baker Botts (V45) 4/6 firm-wide email: Delayed to 6/15, all virtual. 5/11: two week virtual program starting 6/15 Offers Guaranteed on 4/6. 5/11: up to a $10k stipend, based on initial length of commitment. 5/11
Linklaters (V46) 5/13: Core program will run 6/15-7/24 (6 weeks), fully virtual. Additional part time pro bono work available afterwards Offers Guaranteed on 5/13; Pay pro-rated, but can earn Full Pay through pro bono work after program ends 5/13
Allen & Overy (V47) 4/16: Will not start in person on 5/18. 4/24: Delayed to mid-June. Will be entirely virtual. 5/12: Will run 6/22-7/31 (6 weeks), fully virtual Full Pay guaranteed on 5/12; Advances available 5/12
Fried Frank (V48) 4/8: Delayed to 6/15. 4/23: 6/29-7/31 (5 weeks); Fully virtual; Extended counseling services. 4/24: Webex Q&A next week; sending laptops on 6/22; provided access to wellness resources/apps. 4/28 webex: Explained logistics. Full Pay guaranteed on 4/23; "expect to extend offers" to everyone. 4/15: Advances paid 5/20
Perkins Coie (V49) 4/9 firm-wide email: Delayed to mid-June. Details promised in next two weeks. 4/29 email to some offices: set up virtual meet & greet. 5/11: Starts 6/22 (6 weeks), fully virtual No official word on pay, but internally they've listed "shortened summer program" as a cost-saving measure, implying reduced pay 5/13
Dechert (V50) 4/27: Cancelled. Promised "summer meetings" and access to "extensive library of learning opportunities" Offers Guaranteed; 6 weeks of pay 4/27
Willkie (V51) 4/29: Delayed, possibly to July. 5/14: Will run 6/22-7/31; Fully virtual but with opportunities for in-person events if possible. 5/20: providing a tech stipend Full Pay guaranteed on 4/29. 4/30: Advances paid. 5/14: Full Pay will be made over three installments starting 6/22 5/20
Cadwalader (V52) 4/24: Delayed to 6/22 (5 weeks). 5/4 email with WFH logistics Offers Guaranteed; Pay pro-rated and reduced to $2740/wk to match associate cuts 5/4
Susman Godfrey (V53) Calls week of 4/27: Committed to full four week summer program; Willing to be flexible on dates and length; Virtual/in-person TBD. Pay pro-rated if you choose not to do all four weeks 5/5
Alston & Bird (V54) 4/10 firm-wide email: Delayed to 6/22 (6 weeks). 5/22: First two weeks will be virtual Intend to keep 100% offer rate; pay pro-rated 5/28
Dentons (V55) 4/16: 4 weeks, 7-10 hours per week. No additional news as of 5/5 Offers Guaranteed on 4/16; $5k stipend 5/5
Greenberg Traurig (V56) 4/15: some offices cancelled; may offer work opportunities late in the summeschool year for additional pay. Other offices still deciding summer plans Offers Guaranteed; $10k advance against next year's salary for 2Ls, $5k for 1Ls. Money will be paid in July 4/17
McDermott Will & Emery (V57) Optional 2 week virtual program/boot camp in mid-July. Offers Guaranteed; $20k stipend 4/17
Freshfields (V58) 4/29: Delayed to 6/22 (6-8 weeks). In-person, if possible, will be optional Full Pay guaranteed 4/14. 4/29: "prepared to make offers to the whole class" 4/29
Cahill (V59) NYC SA program "suspended," may have some pro bono work over the summer. 5/9: logistics email Full Pay, Offers guaranteed 4/5
Jenner & Block (V60) 4/10: fully virtual. 4/27: Program start 6/8, providing laptops and phones. 5/15: 8 week program 5/15: Pay pro-rated. Offers anticipated for everyone "assuming active participation" 5/15
Reed Smith (V61) 4/15: Delayed to at least 6/29 (5 weeks). Probably virtual. Two week boot camp, then three week substantive Pay pro-rated; plans to keep 100% offer rate 5/21
Pillsbury (V62) Six weeks(6/29-8/7); Probably start virtual but hope to go in-cperson Pay pro-rated; will pay for travel and assist w/ housing if in-person happens 4/14
Vinson & Elkins (V63) 4/1: Delay to 6/15. 4/21: Will start virtual. 5/11: will go to 7/17; fully virtual Full Pay guaranteed on 5/11; "expect" to make offers to everyone; 1 week's salary advance to be paid May 30. Paid on 5/21 5/21
Holland & Knight (V64) Delayed to 6/22 (4 weeks), fully virtual Guaranteed Offers; Pay pro-rated 5/27
Baker & Hostetler (V65) 4/27: Delayed to late June/early July. 5/6: 7/6-7/31, fully virtual 5/8 Pay pro-rated. 5/23: Pay pro-rated but not reduced to match associate reductions 5/23
Norton Rose Fulbright (V66) 4/4: NYC orientation cancelled. 4/21: program 6/22-7/24; all virtual Pay pro-rated; high offer rate expected "like the previous years" 5/27
Irell & Manella (V67) Late March: committed to SA, monitoring problem. 4/21: Will probably be partly virtual. Option for each SA to delay start date to 6/8, would still be 10 weeks. 4/27: Mailing computers. 5/27: Covering meal expenses for virtual happy hours, lunches, dinners 5/27
Nixon Peabody (V68) Late March firm-wide: Friendly but vague “check in” email. 4/30: Call scheduled for 5/1. 5/1: Cancelled. 5/1: $5k Stipend in early June; No guaranteed offers. “We do not know what our hiring needs will look like” 5/1
Crowell & Moring (V69) 4/8: Delayed to 6/22; no housing plans; more info by 5/30. 5/18: Will start 7/6 (4 weeks) Guaranteed Offers on 5/18; 5 weeks' pay.. 5/26: Offering $3500 advances; sent practice group survey; sending a package 5/27
Venable (V70) 4/8 email: won't start on time, won't be ten weeks. 5/7: Four week virtual boot camp beginning 6/15. $10k stipend; offering a $2500 advance against the stipend. 5/7
Foley & Lardner (V71) 4/10: Delayed to at least 6/15. 4/28: 6 week program, fully virtual Offer Guaranteed; pay pro-rated 4/28
Squire Patton Boggs (V72) Late-March ambiguous email, promised to update when they know more. 4/29: Cancelled Offers Guaranteed; $5k stipend 4/29
Fish & Richardson (V73) Delayed to 7/6 (5 weeks) Pay Pro-rated 4/16
Sheppard Mullin (V74) 4/14 firm-wide: Delayed to 7/6 (5 weeks). Still deciding virtual/in-person; no travel/housing plans Offers Guaranteed; pay pro-rated 4/14
Steptoe Johnson (V75) 3/29: Delayed in DC. 4/20: 4 week in-person program in July. 5/26: program will be virtual Pay pro-rated; SAs will be evaluated for offers the same as they were in past years 5/26
McGuireWoods (V76) Delayed to 6/29 (5 weeks). Will be in-personc Pay pro-rated; offered advances 5/21
Arent Fox (V77) Cancelled Offers Guaranteed, no pay 4/15
Fenwick (V78) Delayed to 6/15 (6 weeks), fully virtual Pay Pro-rated, plus a $2.5k stipend. "Consistent with past practice," offers will be considered at end of summer 5/5
Locke Lord (V79) HOU: Email promising program will take place, reassuring call from hiring partner, no details. DAL 5/6: Starts on 6/15 (6 weeks) Pay pro-rated 5/6
Schulte Roth & Zabel (V80) Initially delayed to 6/15. 4/30: Delayed to 6/22-7/24; either mostly or all virtual. 5/15: Offering a course jointly with NYU to their summers - three weeks long, prior to SA program Full Pay guaranteed 4/30. 4/17: Guaranteed Offers, $2500 COVID advance available. Advances paid on 5/6 5/15
Katten Muchin (V81) 4/17 email: Delayed to July, cut to five weeks. Fully virtual 5/21: Pay pro-rated. 4/17: Committed to usual offer rates "assuming a normal demand for legal services" 5/21
Bryan Cave (V82) 4/12: Delayed; anticipating in-person program. 5/8 phone call: 5 week program, fully virtual. Offers Guaranteed on 5/8. Pay pro-rated. on 4/15 5/8
Seyfarth Shaw (V83) Program cancelled. Offering all summers positions as 'senior fellows' for Fall 2021 Offers Guaranteed; $10K stipend, unconditional 4/18
Pepper Hamilton (V84) Cancelled on 4/9. 5/20: Some virtual programming/events Offers Guaranteed; Promised "financial assistance" if they accept the offer - $10k 5/20
Fox Rothschild (V85) Call on 4/7: Planning on moving forward with SA. 4/20: Fully virtual, Delayed to 6/1 (7 weeks) 4/20
Hughes Hubbard (V86) 4/6: Ambiguous email. 4/24: New dates 6/22-7/31, in-person but prepared for virtual Pay pro-rated 4/24
Duane Morris (V87) Delayed to June (4 weeks). 5/27: Will start 7/6 (4 weeks), mostly virtual with possible in-person events last week (firm will pay for travel). Partners will be calling with additional details 4/10: If they have to cancel their summer program, they will "make every effort" to prioritize former SAs for consideration for employment. 5/27
Haynes Boone (V88) 4/12: Delayed to 6/22 (6 weeks). 4/23: Virtual. 5/1 email about logistics Offers Guaranteed on 4/23. 4/12: Offered a $7,500 advance in response to COVID-19. 5/27: Pay pro-rated 5/28
Kramer Levin (V89) 5/2: Will be a 5 week program; Zoom firm welcome event on 5/18: Fully virtual, starts 7/6. 5/2: Offers Guaranteed on 5/2. 5/18: Pay pro-rated. If you have expenses/concerns about the change, they'll work with you 5/18
Davis Wright (V90) Bloomberg: 6 weeks, fully virtual. 5/14: Will start on 6/15. 4/29
Troutman Sanders (V91) Cancelled. Zoom calls scheduled to learn about practice areas Offers delivered. $10,000 interest-free loan, forgivable and taxable after 6 months of employment 5/21
Blank Rome (V92) Starts 7/6 (5 weeks), fully virtual, mailing laptops Offers Guaranteed 5/28
Kilpatrick Townsend (V93) 4/20: delayed to 6/22 (6 weeks). 5/13: Some offices will start in-person. 5/29: All offices start virtual, may go in-person later. WFH equipment sent 5/29
Ballard Spahr (V94) 4/6: Program may be virtual or delayed but not yet sure. 5/11: Starts 6/15 (6 weeks), fully virtual Offers Guaranteed on 4/6 5/11
Faegre Drinker (V95) Firm-wide email: Delayed to 7/6 (4 weeks). Still deciding on virtual/in-person. Confirmatory email 5/21 5/21
Mintz Levin (V96) 4/11 phone call: delayed to 6/15 (6 weeks) might be virtual Offers Guaranteed 4/14
Foley Hoag (V98) 4/6: Delayed start to 6/15 (6 weeks); may be delayed again. 4/22: Still trying for in-person, assessing feasibility of virtual. 5/5: will go fully virtual, more details later this week Offers Guaranteed IF SA is cancelled; would also get "meaningful" stipend. 4/22: Pay pro-rated and reduced 15% to match associates. 5/5
Littler (V99) 4/17: Delayed (6 weeks) 5/5: Pay pro-rated 5/5
Cozen O'Connor (V100) 5/7 phone call: 7/6-8/7, fully virtual but hoping for in-person later. 5/22: Hoping for in-person last week 5/7: Pay pro-rated to five weeks 5/22

Other Large Firms

AmLaw 100 firms that are not in the Vault ranking. Updated to AmLaw 2020 rankings
Firm Name Status Pay/Offer Information Current as of:
Dorsey & Whitney (98) Delayed to mid-June (8 weeks), part virtual, hoping for at least 4 weeks in office. 5/27: Begins 6/15 (7 weeks), fully virtual 8 weeks' pay Guaranteed on 5/27 5/29k
Fragomen (61) Cancelled 4/10
Hunton Andrews Kurth (57) 3/31 email: don't find housing. 4/20: Delayed to 7/6 (6 weeks), start virtual and hope to move in-person 5/27: Pay pro-rated 5/27
Husch Blackwell (100) Splitting summers into 2 sessions: 6/15-7/17 & 7/20-8/21 (5 weeks). Plan for in-person, prepared for virtual Pay pro-rated 4/18
Jackson Lewis (77) Cancelled No Pay 4/14
Lewis Brisbois (65) Cancelled No Pay, No guaranteed offers 4/17
Nelson Mullins (68) Program reduced from 10 to 5 weeks or from 6 to 4, depending; in-person but will reassess if need be. Pay pro-rated 4/17
Ogletree Deakins (72) Cancelled No Pay, No guarantee of offers 4/10
Polsinelli (67) 4/23: Cancelled firm-wide over two days. 4/3: Firm-wide phone calls; program will either be delayed+virtual or cancelled. Guaranteed Offers; No Pay 4/24

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2019.12.30 01:58 yeroc1016 Our New Year's tradition is to watch a movie set in the new year. Here is a list of movies set in 2020.

Annihilation Earth (2009) 3.2/10 (US)
Two scientists must save the planet when terrorists destroy a supercollider.
Black Butler (2014) 6.2/10 (JPN)
After her supposed death, a young woman returns as the son of her noble family to precede the family's prestigious company, with a demon at her side to avenge her parent's murder.
Brexit: The Uncivil War (2019) 7.0/10 (UK)
Political strategist Dominic Cummings leads a popular but controversial campaign to convince British voters to leave the European Union from 2015 up until the present day.
Code Name Phoenix (2000) 4.6/10 (US)
A Hong Kong martial artist joins forces with a U.S. marshal in 2020 to stop the release of a virus that halts the aging process.
Domino (2019) 4.4/10 (US)
A Copenhagen police officer seeks justice for his partner's murder by a mysterious man.
Droid (1988) (US)
just read the wiki. this one might be my top choice.
Edge of Tomorrow (2014) 7.9/10 (US)
A soldier fighting aliens gets to relive the same day over and over again, the day restarting every time he dies.
Future X-Cop (2010) 3.4/10 (HK)
A cop travels back in time to take on a corporation that's out to eliminate a doctor who has created a new technology which can break up the monopoly on a energy resources.
Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation (2018) 6.3/10 (US)
Count Dracula and company participate in a cruise for sea-loving monsters, unaware that their boat is being commandeered by the monster-hating Van Helsing family.
In Search of Fellini (2017) 6.2/10 (US)
A shy small-town Ohio girl who loves movies but dislikes reality, discovers the delightfully bizarre films of Federico Fellini, and sets off on a strange, beautiful journey across Italy to find him.
Jil Jung Juk (2016) 6.8/10 (IN)
In 2020, three guys get into trouble, while smuggling cocaine.
Mission to Mars (2000) 5.7/10 (US)
When the first manned mission to Mars meets with a catastrophic and mysterious disaster after reporting an unidentified structure, a rescue mission is launched to investigate the tragedy and bring back any survivors.
Napping Princess (2017) 6.3/10 (JPN)
In the near future, a high school senior discovers that events in her waking life begin to parallel events in her dreams.
Pokémon: Destiny Deoxys (2004) 6.1/10 (JPN)
A comet bearing a deadly Pokemon creature crash-lands onto Earth, terrorising a nearby high-tech city, where Ash, Pikachu and friends are currently visiting...
A Quiet Place (2018) 7.5/10 (US)
In a post-apocalyptic world, a family is forced to live in silence while hiding from monsters with ultra-sensitive hearing.
Real Steel (2011) 7.1/10 (US)
In the near future, robot boxing is a top sport. A struggling ex-boxer feels he's found a champion in a discarded robot.
Reign of Fire (2002) 6.2/10 (US)
A brood of fire-breathing dragons emerges from the earth and begins setting everything ablaze, establishing dominance over the planet.
Stranded (2001) 5.4/10 (ES)
1st Mars mission crash lands, kills the captain and 5 survive. Help from Earth will take 2+ years. Food and electricity (recycling oxygen and water) shortage means only 2 can survive. The other 3 leave and have their last hours recorded.
Terminator: Dark Fate (2019) 6.5/10 (US)
An augmented human and Sarah Connor must stop an advanced liquid Terminator, from hunting down a young girl, whose fate is critical to the human race.
Voyage to the Prehistoric Planet (1965) 3.8/10 (USSUS)
In 2020, after the colonization of the moon, the spaceships Vega, Sirius and Capella are launched from Lunar Station 7 [...].
At least watch the trailer for this one.
Yesterday (2002) 5.0/10 (KR)
1990, A number of children suddenly disappear. Meanwhile, the Ministry of Defense selects an elite group of scientists for a top-secret mission. Then, 30 years later, the year is 2020 on a reunified Korean Peninsula [...]
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The more the merrier, as the festivities kicked started with pumpkin carvings leaving Halloween behind and roasting Turkey for Thanksgiving is just around the corner, you are now allowed to start hunting for Christmas presents, listen to "All I want for Christmas is you" and start collecting the bling and glitz for Christmas Tree if you haven't started yet. While you throw a Thanksgiving dinner and busy for the mal preparations or you are baking cookies for Christmas Eve, you never forget to tune in to the holiday specials to your favorite networks that are home to your most favorite classics and make a comeback for rebroadcasts, along with new holiday-themed TV giving. 2019 will end on a festive note with many fan-favorites, naughty and spice, all spiced programs for everyone in the family to enjoy.


The Great British Baking Show
2010 TV-147 Seasons Competition Reality-TV
Netflix- Date: Nov. 8
From the professional-looking creative and beautifully decorated cake to the baking of scuffles with lavish crackers, the show demands a deft math in how thin the dough shall be rolled out, giving the chunks the exact shape that the recipe calls for, The Great British Baking show follows the trials and tribulations of passionate amateur bakers to win the star baker title in 10 week competition. In this festive season, the show is going to be your biggest inspiration to set your dessert tables. Every week dedicated to a different baking item will make you meet the baker's dozens of contenders. Strap yourself for a fun ride beneath the White tent as the pretty meringue cakes tempt the bakers to overreach, while delicate verrines threaten to shatter nerves. Watch all the juicy fruitcakes, heavenly genoise and fantasy birthday cakes whipped up with anxiety who will crack -- and who will rise above the pack?


Nailed it! Holiday!
Netflix Date: Nov. 22
The holiday season on the door calls for disastrous sweet treats and getting back in the kitchen for ruining the little bit of them and guess who is back? Jason Mantzoukas is back for the Nailed it and Netflix couldn’t have treated us better than that for the holiday season. Season 2 hits the Netflix to kick start the Yuletide season. A delirious amount of fun with the insanity on set makes this show an instant hit among all age-groups. Not all the successes are to be cherished and failures to be mourned, the show runs on a completely different philosophy with novice cooks enter into challenges with little or no cooking experience, and the fun part bakers genuinely are game to laugh at themselves while they celebrate the failures. Sticking to the norm of getting the judging panel who are highly renowned and big celebrities or some celebrated chef, the Nailed it! Holiday! A spin-off of the popular baking show Nailed It! Features the guest judge to that a bit of oomph to the madness. But Mantzoukas is not the only surprise that unfolds on the season 2 premiere, other hilarious heavy-hitters like Saturday Night Live legend Maya Rudolph, Brittany Runs a Marathon star Jillian Bell, celebrity chef David Burke, comedian and Unbelievable stand out Bridget Everett, and famed pastry chef Ron Ben Israel will all make guest host appearances this season. This is too much fun and madness to be handled for a single season and the last one will blow you completely, Paul Scheer is all set to throw his oven mitt and compete the novice bakers in Hanukkah-themed episode of Nailed it! Holiday! Season 2.


Outrageous Holiday Houses
HGTV Date: Nov. 28 Time: 11 p.m.
Lance Bass partners with HGTV to bring you Holiday special, if you are guessing it as some music show, you are getting it all wrong. The founding member of NSYNC and a Christmas enthusiast is all about Christmas decorations, but not at all the mediocre tree, by extraordinary we mean some extreme tinsel and over-the-top Holiday lights that might make Martha Stewart cringe but make Clark Griswold envious. Lance Bass in this holiday special takes the tour to meet some real Christmas fans around the country, most holiday-festive places in the world including Santa Claus, Indiana, and North Pole, Alaska. Strap yourself for this fun ride as you devour Turkey on Thanksgiving day and get inspiration for your Christmas décor. Do you believe in just light trimming and hanging of ornaments on Christmas Tree at one of the corners at your home, or your whole home screams Merry Christmas with all the bling and décor? Did the idea of edible Christmas cross your mind ever? Sounds more like a Gingerbread theme? You will witness this fiction come to life as the show kicks off with Drew Scott, star of HGTV's Property Brothers: Forever Home, and his wife Linda Phan in their Los Angeles home. This gives us ultimate Christmas décor goals with edible delights galore, an ascending toy conveyor belt and handmade candy garlands embellishing the outdoor. During Lance's tour you will get to feast your eyes on Candyland themed décor, In Texas a home is festooned to give the feel of Christmas Candyland, a 300-acre dairy farm fancy an extensive display featuring a chicken coop/post office in Pennsylvania, a custom-built Santa train in Phoenix, Arizona and a three-story dazzling display in Alexandria, Virginia, and an elf's playground in Toronto, Canada.


Fox Date: Premieres Dec. 4* Time: 9 p.m. & 9:30 p.m.
*New episodes air Dec. 9 at 9 p.m. & 9:30 p.m., Dec. 10 at 9 p.m. & 9:30 p.m.
Right when you want to tune in to TV to find some exotic shows to spice up your holiday eves, there seems a lack of original programming during that window, but with The Moody’s on Fox hitting the screens on Dec 4, features a flawed multi-generational family that gets together once a year on the Christmas festivity . A very irreverent multi-generational, blue-collar family comedy, The Moody’s is a follow-up series of the Australian A Moody Christmas, that made its debut in 2012, followed by the Moody family on Christmas Day over six years. The series hails from CBS TV Studios, which will co-produce with Fox Entertainment, written by comedy veterans Bob Fisher, Rob Greenberg, and Tad Quill. You will be able to laugh out loud if you can relate to Dan Moody, as he arrives home to the most dysfunctional family for spending Christmas. The unavoidable craziness and the madness he encounters with the family who is concealing a lot from each other and has their own crazy story that can’t be out.


Same time, Next Christmas
Net: ABC Date: Dec. 5 Time: 9 p.m.
*TV movie
All the Christmas specials normally revolve around the homecoming and family get-togethers where new stories get ignited and the old relationships get a spark. Bringing the familiar plot, the new Hollywood movie Same Time, Next Christmas is an interesting production of Every Where Studios' Tom Mazza and David Calvert Jones. Lea Michele playing Olivia Anderson is a pretty young woman born to Hawaii and comes back home to celebrate Christmas with the family. The family brings about some unfinished business, the childhood sweethearts are reunited at the same Hawaiian resort but the odds are not in favor this time when the love and heat flare-up. Watch all the conspiracies that work alongside their reunion. Starring Lea Michele as Olivia Anderson, Charles Michael Davis as Jeff Williams, Bryan Greenberg as Gregg Harris, George Newbern as Woody Anderson, Nia Vardalos as Faye Anderson, Phil Morris as Alec Williams and Dannah Lockett as Madelyn Williams, the soon to-be-fan-favorite movie is written by the Ice Castle writer, Karen Bloch Morse and the stellar direction of Stephen Herek credited with the hits like Dolly Parton's Coat of Many Colors," "Mr. Holland's Opus" and "Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure. If you miss the movie premiere don’t vent, a rebroadcast will let you enjoy the stellar movie later.
Christmas can never go wrong with the above-listed shows all set to flare your excitement with reality TV shows, Christmas homecoming movies, and one-camera mini-series filling your home with the merriment of Christmas. String the lights, trim the trees, bake cookies and invite your friends and family to enjoy the holiday specials on TV and bring back so many memories of an innocent time when all was happy and good in the world.

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2019.11.05 23:58 The_Escalation 2019 ABC Holiday Schedule

All times EASTERN
AMERICA’S FUNNIEST HOME VIDEOS – “3008” – It’s a Thanksgiving celebration on “America’s Funniest Home Videos,” including a woman who is grossed out by having to prepare a turkey for dinner and a little boy who is thankful for dinosaurs; plus, selfies gone wrong and people getting scared. (7:00-8:00 p.m.)
KIDS SAY THE DARNDEST THINGS – “Turkey in Space” – In a special Thanksgiving-themed episode, Tiffany shares her favorite Turkey Day traditions and films an infomercial for “Gobble Gobble Wrapping Paper” with kids who frantically gift wrap everything from Thanksgiving leftovers to a live turkey. Later, Tiffany and an 8-year-old girl pitch movie ideas to her big shot Hollywood director friend Jack McBrayer (“30 Rock”). (8:00-9:00 p.m.)
THE CONNERS – “Slappy Holidays” – Chaos ensues when Dan finally gets the entire family together for Thanksgiving dinner. Mixed feelings about the Lunch Box continue to build tension in the house, and Harris makes an unexpected move. Guest starring is Eliza Bennett as Odessa. (8:00-8:30 p.m.)
THE GOLDBERGS – “Angst-Giving” – Even though Beverly’s patience with Pop Pop is put to the test due to his endless Thanksgiving demands, she is able to put aside her own feelings to help heal the long-standing rift between Murray and Pop Pop. Meanwhile, Barry and Erica are ready to return home for the holiday, but Uncle Marvin accidentally drives them to Pittsburgh. Marvin attempts to make it right not knowing if they will make it to Jenkintown in time to celebrate the holiday. Judd Hirsch and Dan Fogler return to guest star as Pop Pop and Uncle Marvin, respectively. (8:00-8:30 p.m.)
SCHOOLED – “Friendsgiving” – CB celebrates Thanksgiving by having all of William Penn rally around him after a cooking incident at his house, while the alumni faculty football game brings out the competitive sides of Wilma and Coach Mellor. (8:30-9:00 p.m.)
MODERN FAMILY – “The Last Thanksgiving” – Cameron and Mitchell’s friends mistakenly assume they have split up and have definitely chosen a side, and Haley attempts to cook Thanksgiving dinner as a thank you for Claire and Phil’s support with the twins. Meanwhile, Jay invites Phil and Dylan out to fly his model plane, and Phil thinks this is his chance to reclaim his dignity after their first outing 10 years ago went so wrong. (9:00-9:31 p.m.)
SINGLE PARENTS – “Every Thursday Should Be Like This” – When Will gets busy cooking Thanksgiving dinner at Douglas’ home, he asks Angie to hang out with Tracy Freeze (guest star Jama Williamson). Angie reluctantly does so, only to realize that Tracy is actually wonderful, except for a secret she’s keeping from Will. Meanwhile, Miggy shows up to Thanksgiving dinner with the kids’ teacher, Ms. Pronstroller (Sarah Yarkin), as his date, and he enlists Douglas’ assistance in helping them form an in-person connection, given all of their previous communication has been via texts, DMs and memes. (9:31-10:00 p.m.)
STUMPTOWN – “November Surprise” – Dex goes undercover after she is hired by a local politician to dig up dirt on his political opponent. Meanwhile, Grey and Liz’s romance continues, and Dex celebrates Friendsgiving with the group. (10:00-11:00 p.m.)
A CHARLIE BROWN THANKSGIVING – In the 1973 special, “A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving,” created by late cartoonist Charles M. Schulz, Charlie Brown wants to do something special for the gang. However, the dinner he arranges is a disaster when the caterers, Snoopy and Woodstock, prepare toast and popcorn as the main dish. Humiliated, it will take all of Marcie’s persuasive powers to salvage the holiday for Charlie Brown. A special bonus cartoon from Charles M. Schulz, “This Is America, Charlie Brown: The Mayflower Voyagers,” will air with the Peanuts classic, in which history comes to animated screen life in a captivating and informative program about the Mayflower voyagers. The special will air with Spanish audio via SAP. In “This Is America, Charlie Brown: The Mayflower Voyagers,” the year is 1620. After 65 grueling, sea-tossed days, the Pilgrims are in view of America’s shores – and Charlie Brown and the Peanuts crew are with them as they experience firsthand the lifestyle of the early settlers and celebrate the first Thanksgiving. (8:00-9:00 p.m.)
THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF DISNEY: MAGICAL HOLIDAY CELEBRATION – “The Wonderful World of Disney: Magical Holiday Celebration” kicks off the holiday season on ABC. Join celebrity hosts as they present the two-hour prime-time special on Thanksgiving night from Walt Disney World Resort in Florida and Disneyland Resort in California. This magical celebration will feature musical performances with some of today’s top artists among a flurry of Disney holiday entertainment. During the prime-time special, viewers will also be treated to several Disney Parks sneak peeks, including a behind-the-scenes look into future attractions coming to Walt Disney World Resort in Florida and Disneyland Resort in California. Hosts and performers to be confirmed at a later date. (8:00-10:00 p.m.)
SANTA CLAUS IS COMIN’ TO TOWN – In the perennial favorite created in 1970 by Rankin-Bass Productions (“Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer,” “Frosty the Snowman”), Fred Astaire narrates this timeless tale of Kris Kringle (Mickey Rooney), a young boy with an immense desire to do good things for others. The vocal cast features Mickey Rooney as Kris Kringle; Keenan Wynn as Winter; Paul Frees as Burgermeister Meisterburger, Grimsby, the soldiers and the townsmen; Joan Gardner as Tanta Kringle; Robie Lester as Jessica and Andrea Sacino; Dina Lynn, Gary White and Greg Thomas as the children. (8:00-9:00 p.m.)
THE GREAT CHRISTMAS LIGHT FIGHT – Season Premiere – “701/704” – ‘Tis the season for ABC’s immensely popular decorating competition series, “The Great Christmas Light Fight,” which continues to celebrate the most wonderful time of the year with celebrity judges—lifestyle expert Carter Oosterhouse and famed interior designer Taniya Nayak. Season seven of the holiday hit will once again showcase the most extravagant and utterly spectacular Christmas displays America has to offer! In each one-hour episode, four families with dazzling household displays will compete to win $50,000 and the coveted Light Fight trophy. (8:00-10:00 p.m.)
CMA COUNTRY CHRISTMAS – Trisha Yearwood will host and perform on the 10th annual “CMA Country Christmas.” The two-hour music celebration features a night filled with Christmas classics and festive one-of-a-kind collaborations by Yearwood, Kristin Chenoweth, for KING & COUNTRY, Chris Janson, Tori Kelly, Lady Antebellum, Rascal Flatts, Runaway June, CeCe Winans, Brett Young and Chris Young. “CMA Country Christmas” is a production of the Country Music Association. Robert Deaton is the executive producer. (9:00-11:00 p.m.)
A CHARLIE BROWN CHRISTMAS – Celebrate the joy of the holidays with the classic animated Christmas-themed PEANUTS special, “A Charlie Brown Christmas,” created by the late cartoonist Charles M. Schulz. In the digitally remastered 1965 special, Charlie Brown complains about the overwhelming materialism that he sees everywhere during the Christmas season. Lucy suggests that he become director of the school Christmas pageant and Charlie Brown accepts, but it proves to be a frustrating struggle. When an attempt to restore the proper spirit with a forlorn little fir Christmas tree fails, Charlie Brown needs Linus’ help to learn what the real meaning of Christmas is. In addition, another PEANUTS special based on the works of Charles Schulz, “Charlie Brown’s Christmas Tales,” will also air with the Emmy®-winning classic. (8:00-9:00 p.m.)
SAME TIME, NEXT CHRISTMAS – In this original holiday film, Olivia Anderson (played by Lea Michele) is a successful young woman who met her childhood sweetheart during her family’s annual Christmas visit to Hawaii. After being separated by distance and years, the two reunite at the same Hawaiian resort years later, and the old chemistry between them flares up anew—but circumstances conspire to keep them apart. “Same Time, Next Christmas” stars Lea Michele as Olivia Anderson, Charles Michael Davis as Jeff Williams, Bryan Greenberg as Gregg Harris, George Newbern as Woody Anderson, Nia Vardalos as Faye Anderson, Phil Morris as Alec Williams and Dannah Lockett as Madelyn Williams. (9:00-11:00 p.m.)
THE GREAT CHRISTMAS LIGHT FIGHT – “703/706” – “The Great Christmas Light Fight” showcases the most extravagant and utterly spectacular Christmas displays America has to offer! (8:00-10:00 p.m.)
THE CONNERS – “Smoking Penguins and Santa on Santa action” – Dan is disappointed when everyone but Becky forgets about his birthday. Meanwhile, Darlene is faced with another issue, and Dan excludes Jackie from the family Christmas Santa photo for mistreating Louise. Guest starring is Katey Sagal as Louise, Jay R. Ferguson as Ben and James Pickens Jr. as Chuck. (8:00-8:30 p.m.)
BLESS THIS MESS – “Goose Glazing Time” – Mike and Rio are thrilled about having their first Christmas alone together as a married couple, but a wrench is thrown into their romanticized holiday plans as they are interrupted by crisis after crisis. Meanwhile, Kay invites Beau home for Christmas so that they can give Jacob a proper holiday. (8:30-9:00 p.m.)
MIXED-ISH – “Do They Know It’s Christmas?” – Alicia and Paul strive to maintain their winter solstice traditions from the commune, but their parents want to have a more traditional Christmas with the kids. Meanwhile, Alicia’s dad, Lynwood (guest star Richard Lawson), competes with Harrison to be the kids’ favorite grandad. (9:00-9:30 p.m.)
BLACK-ISH – “Father Christmas” – Pops doesn’t do Christmas, so when he shows up to the house full of holiday cheer with Lynette (Loretta Devine), Dre is thrown off. Pops wants to make up for lost time and go all out this Christmas. The whole family gets into the holiday spirit until someone from Lynette’s past shows up. Anthony Anderson directed the episode. (9:30-10:00 p.m.)
THE GOLDBERGS – “It’s a Wonderful Life” – Hoping to outdo the Kremp family, Beverly decides the Goldbergs must do an even better family holiday card, but Geoff is surprised he is not invited to be in the photo. Meanwhile, a pranking war with Barry and JTP quickly spirals out of control. (8:00-8:30 p.m.)
MODERN FAMILY – “The Last Christmas” – Cameron is hoping to keep everyone happy for their annual Christmas dinner, but Mitchell is suspicious he is hiding an ulterior motive. Meanwhile, Claire tries to dodge Jay’s job offer to work at his dog bed company and Luke has to deal with the consequences of kissing Manny’s ex-girlfriend, Sherri. (9:00-9:31 p.m.)
SINGLE PARENTS – “Good Holidays to You” – When Graham writes a letter to Santa asking for either a white Christmas or to meet his father, Angie goes on a mission to find snow in Southern California with the help of Will and Sophie. Meanwhile, after Rory, Emma and Amy find out that Poppy and Douglas are romantically involved, the kids use this knowledge to their advantage to guilt their parents into buying them more Christmas presents. (9:31-10:00 p.m.)
OLAF’S FROZEN ADVENTURE – In “Olaf’s Frozen Adventure,” Olaf (voice of Josh Gad) teams up with Sven on a merry mission. It’s the first holiday season since the gates reopened and Anna (voice of Kristen Bell) and Elsa (voice of Idina Menzel) host a celebration for all of Arendelle. When the townspeople unexpectedly leave early to enjoy their individual holiday customs, the sisters realize they have no family traditions of their own. So, Olaf sets out to comb the kingdom to bring home the best traditions, and save Anna and Elsa’s “first Christmas in forever.” “Olaf’s Frozen Adventure” features the original cast of Arendelle characters, including Olaf, voiced by Josh Gad (“Marshall,” “Book of Mormon”); Anna, voiced by Kristen Bell (“Frozen,” “Bad Moms”); Elsa, voiced by Idina Menzel (Broadway’s “Wicked,” “Rent” and “If/Then”; Fox’s “Glee”); and Kristoff, voiced by Jonathan Groff (Broadway’s “Hamilton,” Netflix’s “Mindhunter”). (8:00-8:30 p.m.)
TOY STORY THAT TIME FORGOT – Pixar Animation Studios’ special for television, “Toy Story That Time Forgot,” features your favorite characters from the “Toy Story” films. During a post-Christmas play date, the “Toy Story” gang finds themselves in uncharted territory when the coolest set of action figures ever turn out to be dangerously delusional. It’s all up to Trixie the triceratops if the gang hopes to return to Bonnie’s room in this “Toy Story That Time Forgot.” The cast includes Tom Hanks as Woody, Tim Allen as Buzz, Kristen Schaal as Trixie, Kevin McKidd (“Grey’s Anatomy”) as Reptillus Maximus, Wallace Shawn as Rex, Timothy Dalton as Mr. Pricklepants, Don Rickles as Mr. Potato Head and Joan Cusack as Jessie. (8:30-9:00 p.m.)
THE GREAT AMERICAN BAKING SHOW: HOLIDAY EDITION – Season Premiere – “Cake and Bread Week” – On your marks, get set, bake! The most festive and friendliest competition on television returns with hosts Emma Bunton (Spice Girls) and Anthony “Spice” Adams, and judges Paul Hollywood (“The Great British Baking Show”) and three-time James Beard Award-winning pastry chef Sherry Yard. The heat is on when 10 bakers enter the tent in the two-hour season five premiere of “The Great American Baking Show: Holiday Edition.” Based on the hit U.K. series “The Great British Baking Show,” “The Great American Baking Show: Holiday Edition” features bakers from across the country battling through 24 total challenges with six challenges throughout each two-hour themed episode, all in the hopes of being crowned “America’s Best Amateur Baker.” (9:00-11:00 p.m.)
AMERICAN HOUSEWIFE – “The Bromance Before Christmas” – Katie looks forward to sharing her favorite childhood Christmas tradition with Taylor, but a surprise visit from her mom, Kathryn (Wendie Malick), threatens her holiday cheer. Meanwhile, Greg is blindsided by Katie’s good intentions; and to make matters worse, Oliver and Anna-Kat break a family heirloom. (8:00-8:30 p.m.)
FRESH OFF THE BOAT – “Jessica Town” – Jessica is thriving in the merriment of Christmas, the time of year she takes full control of the household and everything is perfect until Louis does the unthinkable—tries to help, turning her Christmas dream into a holiday nightmare. Meanwhile, Eddie, Emery and Evan find themselves on the naughty list for breaking an expensive gift, which might just require the assistance of elves, or Grandma Huang, to fix. (8:30-9:00 p.m.)
THE SOUND OF MUSIC – ABC will air the Rodgers & Hammerstein cinematic treasure “The Sound of Music.” Celebrate the Oscar®-winning classic with popular favorites “Edelweiss,” ”My Favorite Things,” “Climb Every Mountain,” “Do-Re-Mi,” “Sixteen Going on Seventeen,” “The Lonely Goatherd” and “The Sound of Music.” (7:00-11:00 p.m.)
THE GREAT CHRISTMAS LIGHT FIGHT – Season Finale – “702/705” – “The Great Christmas Light Fight” showcases the most extravagant and utterly spectacular Christmas displays America has to offer! (8:00-10:00 p.m.)
SHREK THE HALLS – DreamWorks Animation’s “Shrek the Halls,” a half-hour of entertainment starring America’s favorite ogre and his friends, features the voices of Mike Myers, Eddie Murphy, Cameron Diaz and Antonio Banderas. Just when Shrek thought he could finally sit back, relax and enjoy his happily ever after with his new family, the most joyous of all holidays arrives. It’s Christmas Eve and everyone is filled with holiday cheer—except for Shrek. He isn’t exactly the picture of yuletide joy, but for the sake of Fiona and the kids, he tries to get into the spirit of things as only an ogre can. Unfortunately, everyone seems to have their own ideas about what Christmas is all about, so when Donkey, Puss In Boots, Gingerbread Man and the whole gang try to join in on the fun, Shrek’s plans for a cozy family celebration end up spiraling into one truly unforgettable Christmas. (9:30-10:00 p.m.)
DISNEY PREP & LANDING – Walt Disney Animation Studios brings you a half-hour holiday special tale of an elite unit of elves known as Prep & Landing. After working tirelessly on Prep & Landing for 227 years, an elf named Wayne is upset when he doesn’t receive an expected promotion to be the Director of Naughty List Intelligence. Instead, Magee, the North Pole Christmas Eve Command Center Coordinator (NPCECCC for short), partners Wayne with Lanny, an idealistic rookie who has an undying enthusiasm for Christmas. During their Christmas Eve mission, Wayne and Lanny encounter unexpected challenges that push them to their limits. Will the elves be able to guide Dasher, Dancer and the rest of the reindeer pulling Santa’s sleigh through a raging snowstorm to ensure a merry Christmas for all? (8:00-8:30 p.m.)
DISNEY PREP & LANDING 2: NAUGHTY VS. NICE – The yuletide adventures of Christmas elves Lanny and Wayne continue. With the Big 2-5 fast approaching, Wayne and Lanny must race to recover classified North Pole technology that has fallen into the hands of a computer-hacking Naughty Kid! Desperate to prevent Christmas from descending into chaos, Wayne seeks out the foremost Naughty Kid expert to aid in the mission, a bombastic member of the Coal Elf Brigade who also happens to be his estranged brother, Noel. (8:30-9:00 p.m.)
THE GREAT AMERICAN BAKING SHOW: HOLIDAY EDITION – “Spice and Dessert Week” – Eight bakers return to the tent this week. First up, “Spice Week” with the bakers challenged to create sweet and savory creations using spices. From cinnamon to saffron, the bakers put their best spice flavor combinations together. “Dessert Week” has the bakers creating delicious delicacies like cakes and cookies, including one of Paul Hollywood’s toughest challenges yet! (9:00-11:00 p.m.)
I WANT A DOG FOR CHRISTMAS, CHARLIE BROWN – “I Want a Dog for Christmas, Charlie Brown” centers on ReRun, the lovable but ever-skeptical younger brother of Linus and Lucy. It’s Christmas vacation and, as usual, ReRun’s big sister is stressing him out, so he decides to turn to his best friend, Snoopy, for amusement and holiday cheer. However, his faithful but unpredictable beagle companion has plans of his own, giving ReRun reason to ask Snoopy to invite his canine brother, Spike, for a visit. The cast of “I Want a Dog for Christmas, Charlie Brown!” includes Jimmy Bennett as ReRun, Adam Taylor Gordon as Charlie Brown, Ashley Rose Orr as Lucy Van Pelt, Corey Padnos as Linus Van Pelt, Hannah Leigh Dworkin as Sally, Nick Price as Schroeder, Jake Miner as Pig Pen/Franklin, Kaitlyn Maggio as the little girl and Bill Melendez as Snoopy. (7:00-8:00 p.m.)
KIDS SAY THE DARNDEST THINGS – On a special holiday episode, Tiffany chats with the kids about their favorite holiday traditions. Later, Tiffany plays Santa’s helper to find out who is on the "Nice List,” and celebrates an 8-year-old magician who proves that big tricks can come in small packages. (8:00-9:00 p.m.)
THE YEAR: 2019 – ABC NEWS – “The Year: 2019” (9:00-11:00 p.m.)
DISNEY PARKS MAGICAL CHRISTMAS DAY PARADE – “Disney Parks Magical Christmas Day Parade” continues Disney’s annual Christmas morning celebration tradition, on ABC. Join celebrity hosts for the two-hour Christmas day special as they follow the famous Christmas Day Parade down Main Street U.S.A., featuring performances by some of today’s top artists across Walt Disney World Resort in Florida and Disneyland Resort in California. Also during the Christmas Day Parade, viewers will be treated to several Disney Parks sneak peeks, including a behind-the-scenes look into future attractions coming to Walt Disney World Resort in Florida and Disneyland Resort in California. Hosts and performers to be confirmed at a later date. (10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.)
HAPPY NEW YEAR, CHARLIE BROWN – ABC and the PEANUTS gang will ring in the new year with the animated PEANUTS special “Happy New Year, Charlie Brown,” created by late cartoonist Charles M. Schulz, along with “She’s a Good Skate, Charlie Brown.” In “Happy New Year, Charlie Brown,” the PEANUTS gang is ringing in 1986, and Marcie and Peppermint Patty are throwing a big New Year’s Eve bash. Charlie Brown plans to celebrate the holiday by curling up with a big book that weighs nearly as much as he does, Tolstoy’s “War and Peace.” The book’s weight doesn’t stop him from lugging it to Lucy’s pre-party dance class, where he cuts a mean rug with a rollicking Patty. With just 1131 pages to go, Charlie Brown takes another break, this time for the party, and summons the courage to invite his true love, the little red-haired girl. She doesn’t respond, but hapless Chuck shows up anyway—with Tolstoy in tow. Then, he settles down with the book—on a porch swing in a snowstorm—and in so doing, misses the evening’s big surprise. In “She’s a Good Skate, Charlie Brown,” disaster strikes as Peppermint Patty heads to her first major ice-skating competition with coach Snoopy and faithful companion, Marcie, by her side. As always, the unassuming Woodstock flies in to save the day (8:00-9:00 p.m.)
THE GREAT AMERICAN BAKING SHOW: HOLIDAY EDITION – “Pastry and Cookie Week” – The bakers are back and this week they are challenged to create deliciously flaky and flavorful pastries, as well as holiday cookies perfect for any Christmas celebration. (9:00-11:00 p.m.)
THE GREAT AMERICAN BAKING SHOW: HOLIDAY EDITION – Season Finale – “Semi-Final and Final” – The final five bakers remain. With six challenges ahead for these contestants to wow the judges, the pressure is greater than ever before. In the end, only one can be named “America’s Best Amateur Baker.” Find out who wins on the season finale of “The Great American Baking Show: Holiday Edition.” (9:00-11:00 p.m.)
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2017.09.30 19:30 SkolTime Major Lawfirms doing trainings and making room for ETH and crypto - (that means there's money in it - Adoption - Use cases in progress!)

Wanted to pass on these 3 links I've been getting. Lawyers need to do training to keep their license current, called Continuing Legal Education - CLE for short. These are emails for three different CLE trainings being offered in the next little bit on Crypto, Ethererum and Blockchain. Taught by law firms that work in finance, and even by the Bank's attorney themselves - Great sign for use picking up - (and if you're a lawyer who is interested free to PM and I can forward any details google won't give up)


Mastering Bitcoin, Blockchain, & Digital Currency Law CLE
Wednesday, Oct. 25, Noon - 1:30 PM
90-Minute, Live Telephonic Seminar
Registration includes access to complete course & reference material
The huge expansion in Bitcoin & digital currencies in states across the nation and globally has >led to a significant need for attorneys proficient in the cutting-edge use of related legal and >regulatory issues. The laws vary greatly and have been in flux with the proliferation of Fortune >500 companies, governments, and start-ups seeking to take advantage of this growing use of >currency. The faculty for this seminar features several leading authorities on the subject. This >comprehensive program on virtual currency law will introduce you to the most relevant issues >and practical solutions, including Blockchain, distributed ledger, the growth of >cryptocurrencies, role of digital currencies in financial transactions, "Smart Contracts," >compliance & avoidance strategies, and virtual currency transmissions. The faculty will also >cover the changes and progress on the latest legal developments and future regulations. >Registration includes online access to course and reference materials that serve as a helpful >guide to the numerous topics and techniques discussed in the program.
Key Agenda Points View Complete Agenda
Mastering Bitcoin, Blockchain, & Digital Currency Law: *An Overview of Bitcoin & Virtual Currencies *Most Critical Challenges involving Digital Currencies *Blockchain & Distributed Ledger Legal Issues *Profiting from the Growth of Cryptocurrencies *Issues faced by Fortune 500 Companies, Governments, and Start-ups *"Smart Contracts" *Case Law Update *Compliance & Avoidance Strategies *Virtual Currency Transmissions *Role of Digital Currencies in Financial Transactions *Interactive Question & Answer Session with the Experts
Faculty Detailed Faculty Information
*Elijah Alper, Asst. General Counsel at Capital One
Capital one is sending a corporate attorney to teach on this - good news
*James A. Cox, Partner at Jones Day
And Jones Day is a huge top-tier law firm that does a lot of financial/banking/securities work
*Bryan C. Skarlatos, Partner at Kostelanetz & Fink, LLP"


"Bitcoin & Beyond: An Introduction >>
This course explains what virtual currency is, how it works and the legal and regulatory issues >surrounding its use. The course also discusses the possible uses of the Blockchain/distributed >ledger beyond recording virtual currency transactions and the possible legal and regulatory >issues. Finally, the course introduces the concept of the “smart contract” and how it could be >used to change the world of financial transactions.
Key topics to be discussed:
What is Virtual Currency What legal and regulatory issues affect use of virtual currency What is the Blockchain and uses beyond virtual currency Smart Contracts – the future of self-executing contracts
Presented by Susan Ross, Esq. and Kathleen A. Scott, Esq. "
(From Norton Rose Fulbright - A HUGE top-tier firm that does lots of financial/banking/securities work


"Virtual Currencies: Blockchains in Finance Bitcoin, Ethereum and 900 Other Cybercurrencies
We examine the quickly evolving laws and regulations governing the virtual currency space and >the evolving culture among its many participants: miners, traders, exchanges, virtual currency >marketers, analysts and advisors, virtual currency funds, programmers, lawyers and >accountants. And governments as well.
Since the late 2008 publication of Satoshi Nakamoto’s “Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash >System”, the Bitcoin has become a world-wide phenomenon as a highly volatile version of >electronic cash. It has inspired around 900 other bitcoin-like blockchains among the best >known of which are Ethereum and Litecoin. Since early 2009, the law has been confronted with >a whole new industry. We deal with regulation at the front end and also at the business end. The front end is structuring businesses, particularly start-ups, and raising investment money >through sales of stock in the company, IPO’s, Crowdfunding and ICOs. Then we deal with the >product: issuing coins, and operating the business. In each area numerous laws must be dealt >with: federal securities regulations such as SEC Reg CF (Reg. Crowdfunding), SEC Reg. A+, >state securities regulation, and regulation of international distributions. Then there are >questions of FinCEN Money Service Business registration, commodity futures regulation, and >state regulation.
Key topics to be discussed:
Money Establishing the business Operating the Business and Coin Offerings Income Tax Aspects – What does the IRS ruling that Bitcoin is “property” mean? Compliance with the laws of other countries Legislation in the works – federal, state, and international
Presented by Kenneth Greenberg, Esq. and Martin Mushkin, Esq."
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2017.06.17 16:48 feedreddit TRUMP to go to CAMP DAVID -- POTUS ‘yelling at television sets’ in the W.H., expanding his legal team -- POTUS discloses wealth and income from Mar-a-Lago -- Scalise shooter had list of lawmakers on him -- B’DAY: Newt

TRUMP to go to CAMP DAVID -- POTUS ‘yelling at television sets’ in the W.H., expanding his legal team -- POTUS discloses wealth and income from Mar-a-Lago -- Scalise shooter had list of lawmakers on him -- B’DAY: Newt
by [email protected] (Daniel Lippman) via POLITICO - TOP Stories
BREAKING -- NYT: "Judge in Bill Cosby Case Declares a Mistrial": "The judge presiding over the Bill Cosby sexual assault trial declared a mistrial Saturday after jurors reported being hopelessly deadlocked. The exhausted jurors had been deliberating since Monday, sometimes for as much as 12 hours a day. The mistrial, which Mr. Cosby’s lawyers had supported, means that prosecutors will need to decide whether to retry Mr. Cosby on the charges at a later date."
TODAY’S MUST READ -- AN ORAL HISTORY from KYLE CHENEY, HEATHER CAYGLE and ELANA SCHOR in POLITICO Magazine -- “‘Somebody’s Trying to Kill Me’: Five terrifying minutes on a baseball field, in the words of the people who were there.”
Good Saturday morning. Today is the 45th anniversary of the Watergate break in. THE PRESIDENT’S MOOD -- AP’s Julie Pace and Jonathan Lemire: “Trump advisers and confidants describe the president as increasingly angry over the investigation, yelling at television sets in the White House carrying coverage and insisting he is the target of a conspiracy to discredit — and potentially end — his presidency.”
-- WHAT MIGHT KEEP THE PRESIDENT UP AT NIGHT: “Mueller’s staff grows to 13, with ‘several more in the pipeline,’” by Darren Samuelsohn: “Special counsel Robert Mueller has added 13 attorneys -- with more still to come -- as his investigation quickly expands beyond potential collusion between President Donald Trump’s campaign with Russia to potential obstruction of justice case by the president. ... [The] prosecution team [has] experience going after everything from the Mafia and Enron to al Qaeda and President Richard Nixon.”
-- HOW HE’S EXPANDING HIS LEGAL TEAM: “Trump hires another high-profile lawyer as FBI probe heats up,” by Josh Dawsey: “John Dowd, who investigated Pete Rose for Major League Baseball and represented John McCain during the Keating Five Scandal, among other high-profile clients, has joined the president’s legal team, according to two people familiar with the pick. Dowd declined to comment Friday. The addition of Dowd, a 76-year-old former prosecutor who has practiced law in Washington for decades, adds an experienced hand in the investigation. He joins Marc Kasowitz, Trump’s longtime New York lawyer, Jay Sekulow and Mark Bowe, who works with Kasowitz.”
-- WHAT HE’S DOING WITH HIS POWER:“5 things Trump did while you weren’t looking: Week 2,” by Danny Vinik: “1. U.S. and China make nice on beef, dairy and poultry ... 2. Education Department targets Obama-era student protections ... 3. The Pentagon flexes its muscles ... 4. VA civil service reforms heads to Trump’s desk ... 5. New food labels? Not so fast.”
-- WHAT THE WHITE HOUSE WANTS: “White House Officials Push for Widening War in Syria Over Pentagon Objections,” by Foreign Policy’s Kate Brannen, Dan De Luce, and Paul McLeary: “A pair of top White House officials is pushing to broaden the war in Syria, viewing it as an opportunity to confront Iran and its proxy forces on the ground there, according to two sources familiar with the debate inside the Donald Trump administration. Ezra Cohen-Watnick, the senior director for intelligence on the National Security Council, and Derek Harvey, the NSC’s top Middle East advisor, want the United States to start going on the offensive in southern Syria, where, in recent weeks, the U.S. military has taken a handful of defensive actions against Iranian-backed forces fighting in support of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. Their plans are making even traditional Iran hawks nervous, including Defense Secretary James Mattis, who has personally shot down their proposals more than once, the two sources said.”
-- WHERE HE’S SPENDING HIS SATURDAY: “From regal to rustic, Trump heads to Camp David for weekend,” by AP’s Catherine Lucey: “President Donald Trump is picking simple over swanky this weekend. Nearly five months into his presidency, Trump is heading to Camp David, the government-owned retreat in Maryland’s Catoctin Mountains, for the first time. A frequent weekend traveler, Trump has favored his palatial residences in Florida and New Jersey over the wooded hideaway used by many presidents for a break from Washington. No one expects the luxury-loving leader to make this a regular thing. After all, Trump told foreign newspapers earlier this year that Camp David was ‘very rustic’ and ‘you know how long you’d like it? For about 30 minutes.’”
TRUMP is expected to leave for Camp David sometime this morning.
-- HOW HE’S SO RICH: “Trump reports assets of at least $1.4 billion in financial disclosure,” by Theo Meyer and Matt Nussbaum: “The Trump International Hotel, which opened last year just blocks from the White House in a building leased from the federal government, brought in nearly $20 million in revenue for the president, according to Trump’s latest financial disclosure, released by the U.S. Office of Government Ethics on Friday. Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort, which he visited often in the early months of his presidency, raked in $37 million – up from $30 million in the report Trump filed last year and about $16 million in the report filed two years ago.
“Sales of Trump’s ‘The Art of the Deal’ brought in as much as $1 million for Trump, compared to the less than $100,000 in royalties that Trump reported in his 2016 filing. And sales of Trump’s book ‘Crippled America’ brought in up to another $5 million. Trump reported assets of at least $1.4 billion and income of at least $596.3 million in the 2016 calendar year and the early months of 2017. He reported owing at least $310 million to various financial institutions, including at least $130 million to Deutsche Bank.”
--HOT DOC: Trump’s financial disclosure
DARREN SAMUELSOHN: “Escalating investigation puts Trump and his staff at legal odds”: “The legal interests of President Donald Trump and his aides are dramatically diverging as special counsel Robert Mueller expands his probe into possible obstruction of justice – and as the president ratchets up his attacks on the investigators. While Trump’s personal attorney, Marc Kasowitz, recently told White House staffers they can rely on him, rather than hire their own lawyers, some of the people closest to Trump aren’t taking that advice. … More White House staffers are likely to hire lawyers and splinter off as the president’s response to the investigation grows increasingly aggressive.”
CORRECTION OF THE DAY -- WaPo: “A May 19 Page One article about investigations into potential collusion between Russia and the Trump campaign incorrectly quoted President Trump. Speaking in the wake of Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein’s decision to appoint a special counsel, Trump said, ‘I respect the move, but the entire thing has been a witch hunt, and there is no collusion between -- certainly myself and my campaign, but I can always speak for myself and the Russians. Zero.’ He did not say, ‘I can only speak for myself and the Russians.’”
SCARY -- “Alexandria Gunman Carried List With Names of 3 Republican Lawmakers,’ by NYT’s Adam Goldman: “The gunman who targeted Republican congressmen this week at a baseball field in suburban Washington was carrying a list with the names of at least three lawmakers, and had pictures of the ballpark stored on his cellphone, two law enforcement officials said on Friday. One of the officials said there were no explicit threats written on the list that was found on the body of James T. Hodgkinson, who was killed on Wednesday morning in a shootout with the police in Alexandria, Va., after he took aim at Republican lawmakers preparing for a charity baseball game against congressional Democrats.
“The official said the list included at least three names:Representatives Mo Brooks of Alabama, Jeff Duncan of South Carolina and Trent Franks of Arizona, according to the two officials who spoke on condition of anonymity because the shooting remained under investigation.
“Both officials said Mr. Hodgkinson, 66, of Belleville, Ill., had also taken pictures of the ballpark, nestled in a mostly liberal neighborhood seven miles south of the nation’s capital. For several weeks, Mr. Hodgkinson had hung out at a Y.M.C.A. center located next to the ballpark, using its locker room facilities and sitting for hours in the lobby while on his laptop. Authorities believe he was living out of a van since leaving Illinois in March; his brother said he was in the capital region to protest President Trump.
“The morning of the shooting, Mr. Hodgkinson approached Mr. Duncan in an adjacent parking lot and asked for the political affiliation of the lawmakers on the playing field. ‘I told him they were Republicans,’ the lawmaker recalled. ‘He said, ‘O.K., thanks,’ turned around.’”
-- THE DAILY CALLER’s Peter Hassoon originally broke this story.
-- THIS WILL ONLY ESCALATE the discussion about ramping up security for members of Congress.
FOR YOUR RADAR -- “Seven sailors missing after U.S. Navy destroyer collides with container ship in Japan,” by Reuters’ Toru Hanai and Megumi Lim in Yokosuka, Japan: “U.S. Navy destroyer USS Fitzgerald sailed back to its base in Yokosuka, with seven of its sailors still missing after it collided with a Philippine-flagged container ship more than three times its size in eastern Japan early on Saturday. … Search and rescue efforts by U.S. and Japanese aircraft and surface vessels were continuing for the seven missing sailors, the Navy said. Their names are being withheld until the families have been notified, it said.”
2020 WATCH -- “How Jason Kander Won by Losing,” by Isaac Dovere in Manchester, N.H.: “Jason Kander was wearing a mic pack here as he wandered around the Puritan Backroom, chatting with local activists and politicians at the Manchester Democratic Club chicken dinner. A videographer, who followed him around as he moved from table to table, was being paid out of his campaign account. Kander’s Senate race ended seven months ago. He lost. …
“The 36-year-old Kander — who came shockingly close to ousting Missouri’s Republican Sen. Roy Blunt last November despite Hillary Clinton’s blowout loss in the state—has been a man in demand the last seven months, starting with a major Iowa progressive group that reached out after the election to ask him to come to its holiday party. He drew a slightly bigger crowd than Bernie Sanders had at the same event two years earlier. He’s kept doing presidential-ish travel and generating presidential-ish buzz, though the highest office he’s ever held is secretary of state—of Missouri.
“‘All I can tell you is what people say when they invite us,’ Kander said, sitting down for an interview for POLITICO’s Off Message podcast. ‘They say that they want me to come talk about the future of the party, how we were able to run 16 points ahead.’” … Listen and subscribe to Off Message
HMM -- “Democratic 2020 contenders? Voters haven’t heard of them,” by Steven Shepard: “President Donald Trump’s poor poll numbers have dozens of Democrats reportedly considering challenging him in 2020. But voters haven’t heard of the vast majority of them. According to a new POLITICO/Morning Consult poll that tested voters’ views of 19 potential Democratic presidential candidates — a list that includes eight senators, five governors, one congressman, a big-city mayor and a failed Senate candidate — most of the prospects are unknown among at least half the electorate. Since the next presidential election won’t start in earnest for at least 18 months, that leaves a limited time for no-name candidates to build name recognition and familiarity among voters.”
IMPORTANT READ -- “Trump threatens to break the glass on DOJ succession plan,” by Annie Karni: “An abstract, in-case-of-emergency-break-glass executive order drafted by the Trump administration in March may become real-world applicable as the president, raging publicly at his Justice Department, mulls firing special counsel Robert Mueller.
“Since taking office, the Trump administration has twicerewritten an executive order that outlines the order of succession at the Justice Department -- once after President Donald Trump fired acting Attorney General Sally Yates for refusing to defend his travel ban, and then again two months later. The executive order outlines a list of who would be elevated to the position of acting attorney general if the person up the food chain recuses himself, resigns, gets fired or is no longer in a position to serve.
“In the past, former Justice Department officials and legal experts said, the order of succession is no more than an academic exercise -- a chain of command applicable only in the event of an attack or crisis when government officials are killed and it is not clear who should be in charge. But Trump and the Russia investigation that is tightening around him have changed the game.”
KNOW HER NOW -- RACHEL BRAND PROFILE – “The Obscure Lawyer Who Might Become the Most Powerful Woman in Washington: If the deputy attorney general resigns or gets fired, oversight of the Trump-Russia investigation would fall to the Justice Department’s No. 3, Rachel Brand,” by Philip Shenon in POLITICO Magazine: “Brand has enjoyed a glittering career, one that marked her early for a top job at the Justice Department in a Republican administration. Raised with three siblings on an Iowa farm, she graduated from the University of Minnesota in 1995 and, three years later, from Harvard Law School. ... Brand was part of the legal team representing Bush in the Florida vote recount in 2000. She went on to be hired as a Supreme Court clerk to Justice Anthony M. Kennedy before joining Bush’s Justice Department. There, she helped shepherd the Supreme Court nominations of John Roberts and Samuel Alito. In 2011, Brand became a top lawyer for the United States Chamber of Commerce, dealing with regulatory issues.”
SCOOP -- “House Russia investigators want to bring in Trump digital director,” by CNN’s Tom LoBianco: “House Russia investigators are planning to call on Brad Parscale, the digital director of President Donald Trump’s campaign, as the congressional and federal probes dig into any possible connections between the Trump digital operation and Russian operatives. ... The House Russia investigation is planning to send an invite to Parscale soon, as they begin scheduling witnesses over the summer … The Senate intelligence committee is also interested in how Russian bots were able to target political messages in specific districts in critical swing states, although it is not clear if Parscale will be called before the Senate panel as well.”
BOB COSTA ON GEORGIA’S SIXTH -- “Trump’s shadow and stalled GOP agenda loom over close Georgia race”: “The unfolding drama over Russian meddling in the 2016 election and President Trump’s handling of ensuing investigations has transfixed Washington — and bored Mather Lindsay.
“‘Probably a little overdone,’ Lindsay, a 46-year-old economistand father of three girls, said during lunch this week at the Salt Factory Pub. What grabbed Lindsay’s attention was the GOP’s stalled legislative agenda -- in particular, the promised overhauls of the tax code and the nation’s health-care law. ‘Trump’s self-inflicted wounds are my biggest disappointment,’ Lindsay said. ‘He has squandered a huge opportunity to get all that done.’ ‘Someone,’ he added, ‘needs to take his Twitter away.’
“Republicans in this wealthy community on the outskirts of Atlanta -- and in traditionally right-leaning suburbs nationally -- are facing a reckoning. So far, they have been willing to stomach a torrent of Trump outbursts and worrying twists in the Russia probes, but they are beginning to wonder if their patience is worth it. A crucial test of that patience will come Tuesday in Georgia’s 6th Congressional District, home not only to well-educated, mostly white Republicans but also to what has become the most expensive House race in history.”
LIFEVEST -- “Sources: Federal officials vetting [Sam] Brownback for position in Trump administration,” by Kansas City Star’s Bryan Lowry and McClatchy’s Lindsay Wise: “Two close associates of Brownback confirmed to The Star that they were interviewed by federal officials about the governor’s character and qualifications last month. And a congressional source said people close to the governor and senior officials at the White House have said that it’s a matter of when, not if, he gets a post. ... [T]he appointment ... will most likely be with the U.S. State Department.”
NOT SO FAST -- “DACA still ‘under review,’ Trump administration says,” by Ted Hesson: “The future of an Obama-era deportation relief program remains undecided, the Department of Homeland Security said Friday. The announcement was meant to clarify the department’s position on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, which allows nearly 788,000 undocumented immigrants to apply for work permits and live in the U.S. without fear of deportation.
“‘The future of the DACA program continues to be under review with the administration,’ a DHS spokesperson said in a written statement. ‘The president has remarked on the need to handle the issue with compassion and with heart.’ DHS felt compelled to issue a statement on the program’s fate after POLITICO and other outlets reported Thursday on guidance posted to the DHS website that suggested DACA would remain on firm footing under the Trump administration.”
MICHAEL GRUNWALD in Camageuy, Cuba: “Trump’s Strange Retreat from Cuba”:
HOW MEGYN KELLY WOOED ALEX JONES -- “Alex Jones Scoops Megyn Kelly And Proves The Media Isn’t Ready For The Trolls,” by BuzzFeed’s Charlie Warzel: “At 3 a.m. Friday, Infowars delivered on part of its promise and published a 30-minute video to YouTube containing roughly 10 minutes of Kelly’s pre-interview where she’s attempting to get Jones to agree to the interview. In the tape, Kelly repeatedly reassures Jones she intends to be fair. ‘You’ll be fine with it,’ she can be heard saying. ‘I’m not looking to portray you as a bogeyman ... The craziest thing of all would be if some of the people who have this insane version of you in your heads walk away saying, “You know, I see the dad in him. I see the guy who loves those kids and is more complex than I’ve been led to believe.””
--“What Megyn Kelly says in leaked audio from Alex Jones” – Media Matters:
-- TV NEWSER: “Connecticut NBC Station Won’t Air Megyn Kelly Interview with Alex Jones”: MEMO FROM THE NETWORK: “Whenever there is news regarding the Sandy Hook tragedy, we know that the pain resurfaces for our community, our viewers and for you, our colleagues at WVIT. Over the last few days, we have listened intently to Sandy Hook parents, our viewers and importantly, to you. We have considered the deep emotions from the wounds of that day that have yet to heal. Because those wounds are understandably still so raw, we have decided not to air this week’s episode of Sunday Night With Megyn Kelly. We will continue our local coverage, including a special report on our Sunday 11pm newscast, which includes Sandy Hook parents, Governor Malloy and others who work to affect change around violence and mental illness. For those in our viewing area who still wish to see the show, it will be available Monday on”
TV TONIGHT -- MSNBC is re-airing at 9 p.m. “All the President’s Men Revisited,” a documentary on the Watergate scandal on the 45th anniversary of the infamous break-in at the DNC.
CLICKER – “The nation’s cartoonists on the week in politics,”edited by Matt Wuerker -- 16 keepers
GREAT WEEKEND READS, curated by Daniel Lippman:
--“How the Saudi-Qatar Rivalry, Now Combusting, Reshaped the Middle East The Interpreter,” by The Upshot’s Max Fisher: “Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani, the crown prince of Qatar ... believed Qatar could find security only by transforming itself from Saudi appendage to rival. But how? The audacious plan he put in motion set off something of a regional cold war, in time remaking not just the politics of the oil-rich Persian Gulf, but also those of the entire Middle East, culminating in last week’s crisis.”
--“Remembering the Murder You Didn’t Commit,” by Rachel Aviv in The New Yorker: “DNA evidence exonerated six convicted killers. So why do some of them recall the crime so clearly?”
--“What Both the Left and Right Get Wrong About Race,” by Dalton Conley and Jason Fletcher in Nautilus magazine: “Setting the scientific record straight on race, IQ, and success.”
--“The Food Stamp Program Is An Overwhelming Success. That Might Also Be Its Downfall,” by HuffPo’s Arthur Delaney: “Donald Trump and Republicans in Congress could cut benefits for millions.”
--“Rigged,” by Brett Murphy in USA Today: “Forced into debt. Worked past exhaustion. Left with nothing.”
--“Knowing Me, Knowing Me,” by Sarah Ditum in the Literary Review, reviewing “Selfie: How We Became So Self-Obsessed & What It’s Doing to Us,” by Will Storr: “Each of us ... has an internal ‘storyteller’. This is a narrative voice that turns the daily barrage of experience into a comprehensible arc of actions and reactions, positioning us as the hero of the story. The trouble is, this voice is a dangerous liar. It tells us that we are good and rational and that other people are venal and flawed. And in a world that defines a good person as high-achieving, high-status, slim and attractive, sometimes the strain of maintaining the story is too much.” (h/t
--“A Sociology of the Smartphone,” by Adam Greenfield in Longreads, in an excerpt of “Radical Technologies: The Design of Everyday Life”: “Smartphones have altered the texture of everyday life, digesting many longstanding spaces and rituals, and transforming others beyond recognition.” ...$19.19 on Amazon
--“Ray Spencer Didn’t Molest His Kids. So Why Did He Spend 20 Years in Prison for It?” by Maurice Chammah in Esquire: “Matt and Katie accused their father of sexual abuse. Then they started to question their memories.”
--“How America Lost the War on Drugs,” by Ben Wallace-Wells in Rolling Stone in Dec. 2007: “After thirty-five years and $500 billion, drugs are as cheap and plentiful as ever. An anatomy of a failure.” (h/t
--“When Neurology Becomes Theology,” by Robert A. Burton in Nautilus magazine: “The pursuit of the nature of consciousness, no matter how cleverly couched in scientific language, is more like metaphysics and theology. It is driven by the same urges that made us dream up souls and afterlife. The human urge to understand ourselves is eternal, and how we frame our musings depends upon prevailing cultural mythology. In a scientific era, we should expect philosophical and theological ruminations to be couched in the language of physical processes.”
--“Jungle Law,” by William Langewiesche in May’s Vanity Fair: “In 1972, crude oil began to flow from Texaco’s wells in the area around Lago Agrio (‘sour lake’), in the Ecuadorean Amazon. Born that same year, Pablo Fajardo is now the lead attorney in an epic lawsuit—among the largest environmental suits in history—against Chevron, which acquired Texaco in 2001. Reporting on an emotional battle in a makeshift jungle courtroom, the author investigates how many hundreds of square miles of surrounding rain forest became a toxic-waste dump.”
GREAT WEEKEND LISTEN, curated by Jake Sherman:
-- MY FIRST Phish show was 13 years ago today at Keyspan Park in Brooklyn.
SPOTTED: HHS Secretary Tom Price yesterday sitting in first class on the 7:23 p.m. Delta flight to Atlanta from DCA
OUT AND ABOUT: Ambassador of Jordan to the U.S. Dina Kawar hosted an Institute for Education media and tech dinner last night at her residence, which overlooks Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner’s household in Kalorama. WaPo’s Tory Newmyer was the special guest for the night and “discussed regulation, Dodd-Frank, Sarbanes-Oxley, and the lack of civility hindering the completion of mutually agreed regulatory reform,” according to an attendee. Coach Kathy Kemper, founder and CEO of IFE, thanked the ambassador for hosting, and noted that Kawar has been decorated by four countries, Jordan, Holy Sea, France and Portugal. SPOTTED: John Paul Farmer, David Edelman, Alex Hoehn-Saric, Grace Koh, Seamus Kraft, Hud Batmanglich and Jim Valentine.
TRANSITIONS -- Jennifer Lackey is now parliamentarian for the House Financial Services Committee. She was most recently legislative director for Rep. Pete Sessions (R-Texas), and previously worked for Rep. Doug Collins (R-Ga.) and the House Judiciary Committee. ... Prime Policy Group has hired Blaine Nolan as its deputy chief of staff. She was previously director of scheduling for Sen. Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.).
BIRTHDAYS: Tory Burch (Nolita tips: Dina and Autumn) … GW athletic director Patrick Nero … Desiree Barnes ... Newt Gingrich is 74 … Reed Cordish, assistant to the president for Intragovernmental and Technology Initiatives, is 43 ... Scooter Braun is 36 (h/ts Jewish Insider) … Matt Canter, SVP at Global Strategy Group, is 37 ... Matt Miller, partner at strategic advisory firm Vianovo (h/t Jon Karl) … Politico’s Alex Weprin ... Chris Bedford, editor in chief at The Daily Caller News Foundation, vice chairman of Young Americans for Freedom, “Kansas City Barbeque Society judge & bartender extraordinaire,” per his Twitter, is 31 (h/ts Benny, Danza) ... Airbnb’s Maxwell Nunes, an HFA alum ... Christina Wilkie Sumner ... Rep. Marcy Kaptur (D-Ohio) is 71 ... Rep. Robert Hurt (R-Va.) is 48 … Reps. Scott Peters (D-Calif.) and Brad Wenstrup (R-Ohio) are 59 ... CNN White House producer Allie Malloy (h/t Kevin Bohn) ... Jordan Wells, military LA for Sen. Gary Peters (D-Mich.), is 27, celebrating on a CODEL with the boss (h/t Ben Goodman) ... Chad Clanton is 46 ... Competitive Enterprise Institute President Kent Lassman ... Diane Blagman of Greenberg Traurig ... Jon Leibowitz, former FTC chairman, now with Davis Polk & Wardwell (h/ts Jon Haber) ... Gabe Horwitz ... Chris Garcia, acting national director of the Minority Business Development Agency (h/t Paris Dennard) ... Samuel Garrett-Pate, account executive at comms firm RALLY, is 25 (h/t Mackenzie Long) ... Katie Lingle, deputy press secretary for Sen. Thune’s personal office (h/t Ryan Wrasse) ... Kevin McCarthy intern Boris Abreu is 2-0 (h/t Uncle Rob) ...
... Katie Grant, comms. director and senior advisor for House Minority Whip Steny Hoyer … Nate Thomas … June Shih, the pride of Alexandria, Va. (hubby tip: Josh Gerstein) … Paul Steinhauser, NH1 political director, anchor and reporter, and CNN alum … former Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett is 68 ... Scott Thuman, chief political correspondent for WJLA and Sinclair Broadcast Group ... Szabolcs Panyi ... Nicole Domenica Sganga ... Lee Newton Rhodes ... Kerri Chyka ... Emily Adams ... PBS NewsHour’s Jaywon Choe (h/t Simone Pathe) ... John Dimos ... Rose Gault ... Michael McLendon ... Michael Grisso ... Nicole Auerbach ... Linda Chavez … Craig Roberts, CoS for Rep. John Shimkus (R-Ill.) ... environmental consultant Miro Korenha is 3-0, celebrating with new husband Kurt and visiting parents (hubby tip: Kurt Bardella) ... Pat Bauer … Joyce Johnson ... Rob Johnson ... Joni Klaassen (h/ts Teresa Vilmain) ... Chris Jennings … Aaron Harrison ... Melissa Sabatine ... Jeffrey Grimshaw ... Priscilla Jones Stanzel ... Robert Becker is 49 ... Janice R. Lachance ... Katie Koenen Wright ... David Dolkart ... Barry Manilow is 74 ... Thomas Haden Church is 56 ... Greg Kinnear is 54 ... tennis player Venus Williams is 37 ... Kendrick Lamar is 3-0 (h/ts AP)
THE SHOWS, by @MattMackowiak, filing from Austin:
--NBC’s “Meet the Press”: Sen. Angus King (I-Maine) … Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) … Jay Sekulow
--CBS’s “Face the Nation”: Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) … Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) … member of Donald J. Trump’s legal team Jay Sekulow. Panel: Slate and CBS News political analyst Jamelle Bouie, CBS News chief congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes, National Review’s Ramesh Ponnuru and The Washington Post’s Phil Rucker
--CNN’s “State of the Union”: Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) … Jay Sekulow … Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.). Panel: Bakari Sellers, Rick Santorum, Rep. Debbie Dingell (D-Mich.) and Rep. Charlie Dent (R-Pa.)
--“Fox News Sunday”: Rep. Rodney Davis (R-Ill.) … Jay Sekulow … Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.). Panel: Brit Hume, Julie Pace, Lisa Boothe, Juan Williams … “Power Player” of the week with Comfort Cases founder Robert Scheer
--ABC’s “This Week”: Guests to be announced
--Fox News’ “Sunday Morning Futures”: Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) … Newt Gingrich (whose birthday is today) … Rep. Mo Brooks (R-Ala.) … Rep. Mac Thornberry (R-Texas). Panel: Ed Rollins and Mary Kissel
--Fox News’ “MediaBuzz”: Erin McPike … Guy Benson … Michael Tomasky … Susan Ferrechio … Rich Lowry … Dan Abrams … Carley Shimkus
--CNN’s “Inside Politics”: Panel: Karoun Demirjian, Abby Phillip, Jeff Zeleny and Phil Mattingly. (Substitute anchor: CNN’s Nia-Malika Henderson)
--CNN’s “Reliable Sources”: Panel: Matt Schlapp, Alex Conant, Kaitlan Collins, Steve Deace and Sally Kohn … Mo Ryan and BuzzFeed’s Charlie Warzel … Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.) … Oliver Stone
--Univision’s “Al Punto”: Guatemalan President Jimmy Morales … White House Director of Policy and Interagency Coordination Carlos Diaz-Rosillo … former Rep. Joe Garcia (D-Fla.) … Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rosselló
--C-SPAN: “The Communicators”: Walt Mossberg …“Newsmakers”: Rep. Tim Walz (D-Minn.), questioned by Politico’s Connor O’Brien and CQ Roll Call’s Kellie Mejdrich …“Q&A”: David Garrow (“Rising Star: The Making of Barack Obama”)
--Washington Times’ “Mack on Politics” weekly politics podcast with Matt Mackowiak (download on iTunes, Google Play, or Stitcher or listen at Author and former Supreme Allied Commander of NATO Adm. James Stavridis.
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2017.06.10 08:46 tombstoneshadows28 All of the MPAA/CARA-rated films of 2002 (out of the 4,027 films released worldwide that year.)

  1. Grand Champion (Director: Barry Tubb)
  2. Jonah: A VeggieTales Movie (Directors: Mike Nawrocki + Phil Vischer)
  3. Joshua (Director: Jon Purdy)
  4. Jumping For Joy (Director: Timothy J. Nelson)
  5. Little Dreams (Director: Jeff Rigler)
  6. Octave (Director: Shaji N. Karun)
  7. Noro (Director: Radu Gabrea)
  8. Pinocchio (Director: Roberto Benigni)
  9. Pokémon Heroes (Directors: Jim Malone + Kunihiko Yuyama)
  10. Return To Neverland (Directors: Robin Budd + Donovan Cook)
  11. Spirit: Stallion Of The Cimarron (Directors: Kelly Asbury + Lorna Cook)
  12. Tarzan + Jane (Directors: Steve Loter, Lisa Schaffer, Victor Cook + Don MacKinnon)
  13. The Cat Returns (Director: Hiroyuki Morita)
  14. The Country Bears (Director: Peter Hastings)
  15. The Princess + The Pea (Director: Mark Swan)
  16. The Rookie (Director: John Lee Hancock)
  17. The Santa Clause II (Director: Michael Lembeck)
  18. Winnie the Pooh: A Very Merry Pooh Year (Directors: Gary Katona, Ed Wexler + Jamie Mitchell)
  1. A Walk To Remember (Director: Adam Shankman)
  2. Ali Baba + The Forty Thieves (Director: Usha Ganesarajah)
  3. Asterix + Obelix Meet Cleopatra (Director: Alain Chabat)
  4. Big Fat Liar (Director: Shawn Levy)
  5. Charly (Director: Adam Thomas Anderegg)
  6. Children On Their Birthdays (Director: Mark Medoff)
  7. Clockstoppers (Director: Jonathan Frakes)
  8. Duct Tape Forever (Director: Eric Till)
  9. Evelyn (Director: Bruce Beresford)
  10. Foolish The Wise (Director: Jim Menza)
  11. Handcart (Director: Kels Goodman)
  12. Hansel + Gretel (Director: Gary J. Tunnicliffe)
  13. Harry Potter + The Chamber Of Secrets (Director: Chris Columbus)
  14. Hey Arnold! The Movie (Director: Tuck Tucker)
  15. Hometown Legend (Director: James Anderson)
  16. I Not Stupid (Director: Jack Neo)
  17. Ice Age (Directors: Chris Wedge + Carlos Saldanha)
  18. Inferno (Director: Dusty Nelson)
  19. Lamb To The Slaughter (Director: Nicole Barnette)
  20. Like Mike (Director: John Schultz)
  21. Lilo + Stitch (Directors: Dean DeBlois + Chris Sanders)
  22. Made-Up (Director: Tony Shalhoub)
  23. Manna From Heaven (Directors: Gabrielle Burton + Maria Burton)
  24. Mary + Joe (Director: John R. Hamilton)
  25. My Big Fat Greek Wedding (Director: Joel Zwick)
  26. Mystery At Sam’s (Director: John Comrie)
  27. Nicholas Nickleby (Director: Douglas McGrath)
  28. No Longer My Twin (Director: Robert G. Christie)
  29. O’key (Director: Oleg Fomin)
  30. Only In Hollywood (Director: Michael J. Holland)
  31. Out Of Step (Director: Ryan Little)
  32. Rabbit-Proof Fence (Director: Phillip Noyce)
  33. Saint Monica (Director: Terrance Odette)
  34. Scooby-Doo (Director: Raja Gosnell)
  35. Snow Dogs (Director: Brian Levant)
  36. Spooky House (Director: William Sachs)
  37. Springtime In A Small Town (Director: Zhuangzhuang Tian)
  38. Spy Kids II: Island Of Lost Dreams (Director: Robert Rodriguez)
  39. Star Wars: Episode II: Attack Of The Clones (Director: George Lucas)
  40. Stolen Summer (Director: Pete Jones)
  41. Stuart Little II (Director: Rob Minkoff)
  42. The Angel Doll (Director: Alexander Johnston)
  43. The Calling (Director: Damian Chapa)
  44. The Calling (Director: Michael C. Brown)
  45. The Climb (Director: John Schmidt)
  46. The Crocodile Hunter: Collision Course (Director: John Stainton)
  47. The Guys (Director: Jim Simpson)
  48. The Importance Of Being Earnest (Director: Oliver Parker)
  49. The Master Of Disguise (Director: Perry Andelin Blake)
  50. The Powerpuff Girls Movie (Director: Craig McCracken)
  51. The Singles Ward (Director: Kurt Hale)
  52. The Way Home (Director: Jeong-hyang Lee)
  53. The Wild Thornberrys Movie (Directors: Cathy Malkasian + Jeff McGrath)
  54. Thunderpants (Director: Peter Hewitt)
  55. Time Changer (Director: Rich Christiano)
  56. Together With You (Director: Kaige Chen)
  57. Tom + Thomas (Director: Esmé Lammers)
  58. Touching Wild Horses (Director: Eleanor Lindo)
  59. Treasure Planet (Directors: Ron Clements + John Musker)
  60. Tuck Everlasting (Director: Jay Russell)
  61. Two Men Went To War (Director: John Henderson)
  62. Virginia’s Run (Director: Peter Markle)
  63. Warriors Of Virtue II: Return To Tao (Director: Michael Vickerman)
  1. A Time For Dancing (Director: Peter Gilbert)
  2. Abandon (Director: Stephen Gaghan)
  3. About A Boy (Directors: Chris Weitz + Paul Weitz)
  4. Trilogy: Two (Director: Lucas Belvaux)
  5. And Now...Ladies + Gentlemen... (Director: Claude Lelouch)
  6. Antwone Fisher (Director: Denzel Washington)
  7. Anything But Love (Director: Robert Cary)
  8. Austin Powers in “Goldmember” (Director: Jay Roach)
  9. Awara Paagal Deewana (Director: Vikram Bhatt)
  10. Bad Company (Director: Joel Schumacher)
  11. Barbershop (Director: Tim Story)
  12. Bend It Like Beckham (Director: Gurinder Chadha)
  13. Big Trouble (Director: Barry Sonnenfeld)
  14. Blue Crush (Director: John Stockwell)
  15. Bollywood/Hollywood (Director: Deepa Mehta)
  16. Boo! The Movie (Director: Michael Lansu)
  17. Brown Sugar (Director: Rick Famuyiwa)
  18. Callas Forever (Director: Franco Zeffirelli)
  19. Catch Me If You Can (Director: Steven Spielberg)
  20. Cheats (Director: Andrew Gurland)
  21. Chicago (Director: Rob Marshall)
  22. Contagion (Director: John Murlowski)
  23. Crossroads (Director: Tamra Davis)
  24. Dark Water (Director: Hideo Nakata)
  25. Darkness (Director: Jaume Balagueró)
  26. Dead Weight (Directors: Alain Berbérian + Frédéric Forestier)
  27. Die Another Day (Director: Lee Tamahori)
  28. Divine Secrets Of The Ya-Ya Sisterhood (Director: Callie Khouri)
  29. Dragonfly (Director: Tom Shadyac)
  30. Drumline (Director: Charles Stone III)
  31. Eight Crazy Nights (Director: Seth Kearsley)
  32. Eight Legged Freaks (Director: Ellory Elkayem)
  33. Enough (Director: Michael Apted)
  34. Extreme Ops (Director: Christian Duguay)
  35. Fangs (Director: Kelly Sandefur)
  36. Far From Heaven (Director: Todd Haynes)
  37. Far From Home (Director: Zhong Yu)
  38. Fizzy Bizness (Director: Carl Goldstein)
  39. Frank McKlusky, C.I. (Director: Arlene Sanford)
  40. Full Ride (Director: Mark Hoeger)
  41. Half Past Dead (Director: Don Michael Paul)
  42. He Loves Me...He Loves Me Not (Director: Laetitia Colombani)
  43. Heartlands (Director: Damien O’Donnell)
  44. Hero (Director: Yimou Zhang)
  45. High Crimes (Director: Carl Franklin)
  46. Hollywood Ending (Director: Woody Allen)
  47. I Spy (Director: Betty Thomas)
  48. In America (Director: Jim Sheridan)
  49. In Your Face (Director: Tim Tommasino)
  50. In The Wrong Hands (Directors: Chris Johnston + James A. Seale)
  51. John Q (Director: Nick Cassavetes)
  52. Juwanna Mann (Director: Jesse Vaughan)
  53. K-19: The Widowmaker (Director: Kathryn Bigelow)
  54. Kung Pow: Enter The Fist (Director: Steve Oedekerk)
  55. L’amore imperfetto (Director: Giovanni Davide Maderna)
  56. Landspeed (Director: Christian McIntire)
  57. Left Behind II: Tribulation Force (Director: Bill Corcoran)
  58. Life Or Something Like It (Director: Stephen Herek)
  59. Local Boys (Director: Ron Moler)
  60. Lone Star State Of Mind (Director: David Semel)
  61. Maid In Manhattan (Director: Wayne Wang)
  62. Men In Black II (Director: Barry Sonnenfeld)
  63. Mi Amigo (Director: Milton Brown)
  64. Minority Report (Director: Steven Spielberg)
  65. Moonlight Mile (Director: Brad Silberling)
  66. Mr. Deeds (Director: Steven Brill)
  67. My Name Is Tanino (Director: Paolo Virzi)
  68. Nobody’s Life (Director: Eduard Cortés)
  69. Orange County (Director: Jake Kasdan)
  70. Passionada (Director Dan Ireland)
  71. Possession (Director: Neil LaBute)
  72. Real Women Have Curves (Director: Patricia Cardoso)
  73. Reign Of Fire (Director: Rob Bowman)
  74. Respiro (Director: Emanuele Crialese)
  75. Returning Mickey Stern (Director: Michael Prywes)
  76. S1m0ne (Director: Andrew Niccol)
  77. Sam + Janet (Director: Rick Walker)
  78. Serving Sara (Director: Reginald Hudlin)
  79. Shoot Or Be Shot (Director: J. Randall Argue)
  80. Showtime (Director: Tom Dey)
  81. Signs (Director: M. Night Shyamalan)
  82. Silence (The Only Witness) (Director: Tom Whitus)
  83. Slap Her, She’s French! (Director: Melanie Mayron)
  84. Solaris (Director: Steven Soderbergh)
  85. Speakeasy (Director: Brendan Murphy)
  86. Spider-Man (Director: Sam Raimi)
  87. Star Trek: Nemesis (Director: Stuart Baird)
  88. Stealing Harvard (Director: Bruce McCulloch)
  89. Sunshine State (Director: John Sayles)
  90. Sweet Home Alabama (Director: Andy Tennant)
  91. Swimfan (Director: John Polson)
  92. Swimming Upstream (Director: Robert J. Emery)
  93. Terminal Error (Director: John Murlowski)
  94. The 4th Tenor (Director: Harry Basil)
  95. The Adventures Of Pluto Nash (Director: Ron Underwood)
  96. The Bourne Identity (Director: Doug Liman)
  97. The Code Conspiracy (Director: Hank Whetstone)
  98. The Count Of Monte Cristo (Director: Kevin Reynolds)
  99. The Emperor’s Club (Director: Michael Hoffman)
  100. The First $20 Million Is Always The Hardest (Director: Mick Jackson)
  101. The Four Feathers (Director: Shekhar Kapur)
  102. The Hot Chick (Director: Tom Brady)
  103. The Hours (Director: Stephen Daldry)
  104. The Last Place On Earth (Director: James Slocum)
  105. The Lord Of The Rings: The Two Towers (Director: Peter Jackson)
  106. The Man Without A Past (Director: Aki Kaurismäki)
  107. The Missing Gun (Director: Chuan Lu)
  108. The Mothman Prophecies (Director: Mark Pellington)
  109. The New Guy (Director: Ed Decter)
  110. The Ring (Director: Gore Verbinski)
  111. The Scorpion King (Director: Chuck Russell)
  112. The Sum Of All Fears (Director: Phil Alden Robinson)
  113. The Third Wheel (Director: Jordan Brady)
  114. The Time Machine (Director: Simon Wells)
  115. The Touch (Director: Peter Pau)
  116. The Transporter (Directors: Louis Leterrier + Corey Yuen)
  117. The Truth About Charlie (Director: Jonathan Demme)
  118. The Tuxedo (Director: Kevin Donovan)
  119. They (Director: Robert Harmon)
  120. Two Weeks Notice (Director: Marc Lawrence)
  121. Unconditional Love (Director: P.J. Hogan)
  122. Undercover Brother (Director: Malcolm D. Lee)
  123. Undertaking Betty (Director: Nick Hurran)
  124. Valentin (Director: Alejandro Agresti)
  125. Villa des roses (Director: Frank Van Passel)
  126. Whale Rider (Director: Niki Caro)
  127. Wheelies (Director: Drew Umland)
  128. White Oleander (Director: Peter Kosminsky)
  129. Wicked Game (Director: Koichi Sakamoto + Makoto Yokoyama)
  130. Wicked Spring (Director: Kevin R. Hershberger)
  131. Wounded Hearts (Director: J.D. Hawkins)
  132. Zhou Yu de huo che (Director: Zhou Sun)
  133. xXx (Director: Rob Cohen)
  1. 100 Mile Ride (Director: Bren Huff)
  2. 13 Moons (Director: Alexandre Rockwell)
  3. 13th Child (Directors: Thomas Ashley + Steven Stockage)
  4. 10 Months (Director: Randall Cole)
  5. 2009: Lost Memories (Director: Si-myung Lee)
  6. 24 Hour Party People (Director: Michael Winterbottom)
  7. 25th Hour (Director: Spike Lee)
  8. 28 Days Later... (Director: Danny Boyle)
  9. 29 Palms (Director: Leonardo Ricagni)
  10. 3 Extremes II (Directors: Peter Ho-Sun Chan, Jee-woon Kim + Nonzee Nimibutr)
  11. 40 Days + 40 Nights (Director: Michael Lehmann)
  12. 8 Mile (Director: Curtis Hanson)
  13. 8 Women (Director: François Ozon)
  14. 800 Bullets (Director: Álex de la Iglesia)
  15. 9 Dead Gay Guys (Director: Lab Ky Mo)
  16. A Gentleman’s Game (Director: J. Mills Goodloe)
  17. A Housekeeper (Director: Claude Berri)
  18. A Light In The Darkness (Director: Marshall E. Uzzle)
  19. A Midsummer Night’s Rave (Director: Gil Cates, Jr.)
  20. A Snake Of June (Director: Shin’ya Tsukamoto)
  21. AKA (Director: Duncan Roy)
  22. About Schmidt (Director: Alexander Payne)
  23. Adam + Eve (Director: Izidore K. Musallam)
  24. Adaptation (Director: Spike Jonze)
  25. Three (Director: Lucas Belvaux)
  26. Ali G Indahouse (Director: Mark Mylod)
  27. All About The Benjamins (Director: Kevin Bray)
  28. All Or Nothing (Director: Mike Leigh)
  29. Alone (Director: Phil Claydon)
  30. Amar te duele (Director: Fernando Sariñana)
  31. American Girl (Director: Jordan Brady)
  32. American Gun (Director: Alan Jacobs)
  33. Analyze That (Director: Harold Ramis)
  34. Angel Blade (Director: David Heavener)
  35. Angel Of Death (Director: Pepe Danquart)
  36. Angela (Director: Roberta Torre)
  37. Angels Crest (Director: J. Michael Couto)
  38. Ararat (Director: Atom Egoyan)
  39. Archangel (Director: Sandy Collora)
  40. Ash Wednesday (Director: Edward Burns)
  41. Assassination Tango (Director: Robert Duvall)
  42. Auto Focus (Director: Paul Schrader)
  43. Avenging Angelo (Director: Martyn Burke)
  44. Bad Boy (Director: Victoria Hochberg)
  45. Ballistic: Ecks vs Sever (Director: Wych Kaosayananda)
  46. Bang Bang You’re Dead (Director: Guy Ferland)
  47. Bark! (Director: Kasia Adamik)
  48. Barrio Wars (Director: Paul Wynne)
  49. Beauty Betrayed (Director: John Quinn)
  50. Beeper (Director: Jack Sholder)
  51. Below (Director: David Twohy)
  52. Bending All The Rules (Directors: Morgan Klein + Peter Knight)
  53. Better Luck Tomorrow (Director: Justin Lin)
  54. Between Strangers (Director: Edoardo Ponti)
  55. Big Ain’t Bad (Director: Ray Culpepper)
  56. Big Girls Don’t Cry (Director: Maria von Heland)
  57. Black Mask II: City Of Masks (Director: Hark Tsui)
  58. Black Point (Director: David Mackay)
  59. Blade II (Director: Guillermo del Toro)
  60. Blood Feast II: All U Can Eat (Director: Herschell Gordon Lewis)
  61. Blood Work (Director: Clint Eastwood)
  62. Bloody Crisis (Director: Gerald Barclay)
  63. Bloody Mallory (Director: Julien Magnat)
  64. Bloody Sunday (Director: Paul Greengrass)
  65. Blue Car (Director: Karen Moncrieff)
  66. Boat Trip (Director: Mort Nathan)
  67. Bolivar Is Me (Director: Jorge Ali Triana)
  68. Bomb The System (Director: Adam Bhala Lough)
  69. Broken Wings (Director: Nir Bergman)
  70. Brother’s Keeper (Director: John Badham)
  71. Bubba Ho-Tep (Director: Dan Coscarelli)
  72. Burning Desires (Director: J. Edie Martin)
  73. Buying The Cow (Director: Walt Becker)
  74. Cabin Fever (Director: Eli Roth)
  75. Capone’s Boys (Director: Richard Standeven)
  76. Castle Eros (Director: Madison Monroe)
  77. Changing Lanes (Director: Roger Michell)
  78. Chaos (Director: Geraldine Creed)
  79. Charlotte Sometimes (Director: Eric Byler)
  80. Cheerleader Ninjas (Director: Kevin Campbell)
  81. Cherish (Director: Finn Taylor)
  82. Chopin. Pragnienie milosci (Director: Jerzy Antczak)
  83. Ciao America (Director: Frank Ciota)
  84. City By The Sea (Director: Michael Caton-Jones)
  85. City Of Ghosts (Director: Matt Dillon)
  86. City Of God (Directors: Fernando Meirelles + Kátia Lund)
  87. Civil Brand (Director: Neema Barnette)
  88. Close Enough To Touch (Director: Jamie Scabbert)
  89. Close Your Eyes (Director: Nick Willing)
  90. Coastlines (Director: Victor Nunez)
  91. Collateral Damage (Director: Andrew Davis)
  92. Confessions Of A Dangerous Mind (Director: George Clooney)
  93. Correct Change (Director: Mike Lilly)
  94. Cottonmouth (Director: James Dalthorp)
  95. Cover Story (Director: Eric Weston)
  96. Crazy As Hell (Director: Eriq La Salle)
  97. Crocodile II: Death Swamp (Director: Gary Jones)
  98. Cruel Game (Director: Masashi Nagadoi)
  99. Cube²: Hypercube (Director: Andrzej Sekula)
  100. Curse Of The Forty-Niner (Director: John Carl Beuchler)
  101. Cutting Horse (Director: Larry Clark)
  102. Cypher (Director: Vincenzo Natali)
  103. Dahmer (Director: David Jacobson)
  104. Dark Blue (Director; Ron Shelton)
  105. Dark Heaven (Director: Douglas Schulze)
  106. De la mano de un ángel (Director: David Aponte)
  107. Dead Above Ground (Director: Chuck Bowman)
  108. Dead Heat (Director: Mark Malone)
  109. Dead In The Water (Director: Gustavo Lipsztein)
  110. Deadly Little Secrets (Director: Fiona Mackenzie)
  111. Death To Smoochy (Director: Danny DeVito)
  112. Deathwatch (Director: Michael J. Bassett)
  113. Deep Freeze (Director: John Carl Buechler)
  114. Defiance (Director: Doveed Linder)
  115. Dreamlover (Director: Olivier Assayas)
  116. Derailed (Director: Bob Misiorowski)
  117. Descent Into Darkness (Director: Daniel Knauf)
  118. Desert Saints (Director: Richard Greenberg)
  119. Deuces Wild (Director: Scott Kalvert)
  120. Devious Beings (Director: Chris Mazzei)
  121. Dirty Deeds (Director: David Caesar)
  122. Dirty Pretty Things (Director: Stephen Frears)
  123. Dog Soldiers (Director: Neil Marshall)
  124. Don’t Let Go (Director: Max Myers)
  125. Double Vision (Director: Kuo-Fu Chen)
  126. Dummy (Director: Greg Pritikin)
  127. Edge Of Madness (Director: Anne Wheeler)
  128. El crimen del padre Amaro (director: Carlos Carrera)
  129. Emmett’s Mark (Director: Keith Snyder)
  130. Empire (Director: Franc.Ryes)
  131. Endangered Species (Director: Kevin S. Tenney)
  132. Engine Trouble (Director: Marc Ickx)
  133. Equilibrium (Director: Kurt Wimmer)
  134. Essence Of Echoes (Director: Dustin Rikert)
  135. Eternal Blood (Director: Jorge Olguín)
  136. EvenHand (Director: Joseph Pierson)
  137. Eye See You (D-Tox) (Director: Jim Gillespie)
  138. Fabled (Director: Ari Kirshenbaum)
  139. Face (Director: Bertha Bay-Sa Pan)
  140. Fallen Angels (Director: Ian David Diaz)
  141. Feardotcom (Director: William Malone)
  142. Feedback (Director: Teo Konuralp)
  143. Femme Fatale (Director: Brian De Palma)
  144. Fish Don’t Blink (Director: Chuck DeBus)
  145. Food Of Love (Director: Ventura Pons)
  146. For Da Love Of Money (Director: Pierre Edwards + Mike Williams)
  147. Frida (Director: Julie Taymor)
  148. Friday After Next (Director: Marcus Raboy)
  149. Frogmen Operation Stormbringer (Director: Franklin A. Vallett)
  150. Fubar (Director: Michael Dowse)
  151. Full Frontal (Director: Steven Soderbergh)
  152. G (Director: Christopher Scott Cherot)
  153. Gangs Of New York (Director: Martin Scorsese)
  154. Garage Days (Director: Alex Proyas)
  155. Gerry (Diector: Gus Van Sant)
  156. Ghetto Dawg (Director: Brian Averill)
  157. Ghost Ship (Director: Steve Beck)
  158. GhostWatcher (Director: David A. Cross)
  159. Ginostra (Director: Manuel Pradal)
  160. Girl Fever (100 Women) (Director: Michael Davis)
  161. Global Effect (Director: Terry Cunningham)
  162. Rock My World (Director: Sidney J. Furie)
  163. Hooded Angels (Director: Paul Matthews)
  164. Go For Broke (Director: Jean-Claude La Marre)
  165. God Is On Air (Director: Jordi Mollà)
  166. H (Director: Jong-hyeok Lee)
  167. Halloween: Resurrection (Director: Rick Rosenthal)
  168. Happy Here + Now (Director: Michael Almereyda)
  169. Hard Cash (Director: Predrag Antonijevic)
  170. Hart’s War (Director: Gregory Hoblit)
  171. Heart Of America (Director: Uwe Boll)
  172. Heaven (Director: Tom Tykwer)
  173. High Times Potluck (Director: Alison Thomson)
  174. Highway (Director: James Cox)
  175. Hollywood Vampyr (Director: Steve Akahoshi)
  176. Home Room (Director: Paul F. Ryan)
  177. House Of Fools (Director: Andrey Konchalovskiy)
  178. Hustlas (Director: Gabriel Avina)
  179. I’m With Lucy (Director: Jon Sherman)
  180. Igby Goes Down (Director: Burr Steers)
  181. In This World (Director: Michael Winterbottom)
  182. Infernal Affairs (Directors: Wai-Keung Lau + Alan Mak)
  183. Infested (Director: Josh Olson)
  184. Insomnia (Director: Christopher Nolan)
  185. Interstate 60: Episodes Of The Road (Director: Bob Gale)
  186. Interview With The Assassin (Director: Neil Burger)
  187. Jane White Is Sick + Twisted (Director: David Michael Latt)
  188. Japón (Director: Carlos Reygadas)
  189. Jet Lag (Director: Danièle Thompson)
  190. Ju-on: The Grudge (Director: Takashi Shimizu)
  191. Julie Walking Home (The Healer) (Director: Agnieszka Holland)
  192. Junk (Director: Stephanie Meurer)
  193. Just A Kiss (Director: Fisher Stevens)
  194. Kaante (Director: Sanjay Gupta)
  195. Killing Me Softly (Director: Kaige Chen)
  196. King Rikki (Director: James Gavin Bedford)
  197. Kingston High (Director: Stephen Townsend)
  198. Kiss The Bride (Director: Vanessa Parise)
  199. L’auberge espagnole (Director: Cédric Klapisch)
  200. Lana’s Rain (Director: Michael S. Ojeda)
  201. Las Vegas Warrior (Director: Natasha Baron)
  202. Laurel Canyon (Director: Lisa Cholodenko)
  203. Leather + Iron (Director: James Archer)
  204. Legend Of The Phantom Rider (Director: Alex Erkiletian)
  205. Leo (Director: Mehdi Norowzian)
  206. Liberty Stands Still (Director: Kari Skogland)
  207. Lilya 4-Ever (Director: Lukas Moodysson)
  208. Lone Hero (Director: Ken Sanzel)
  209. Long Time Dead (Director: Marcus Adams)
  210. Love Liza (Director: Todd Louiso)
  211. Love Relations (Directors: Michael Hoffman + Delvin Molden)
  212. Love + A Bullet (Directors: Ben Ramsey + Kantz)
  213. Love In The Time Of Money (Director: Peter Mattei)
  214. (Director: Sherwood Ball)
  215. Makin’ Baby (Director: Paul Wynn)
  216. Making A Killing (Director: Ryan Lee Driscoll)
  217. Malevolent (Director: John Terlesky)
  218. Man On The Train (Director: Patrice Leconte)
  219. Married People, Single Sex: The Return (Director: Chanda Fuller)
  220. Master Of The Game (Director: Jeff Stolhand)
  221. Max (Director: Menno Meyjes)
  222. May (Director: Lucky McKee)
  223. Men With Brooms (Director: Paul Gross)
  224. Merci Dr. Rey! (Director: Andrew Litvack)
  225. Minimal Knowledge (Director: Gregory J. Corrado)
  226. Miranda (Director: Marc Munden)
  227. Mondays In The Sun (Director: Fernando León de Aranoa)
  228. Monkey Love (Director: Mark Stratton)
  229. Morvern Callar (Director: Lynne Ramsay)
  230. Mr. Smith Gets A Hustler (Director: Ian McCrudden)
  231. Mulletville (Director: Tony Leahy)
  232. Murder By Numbers (Director: Barbet Schroeder)
  233. My Little Eye (Director: Marc Evans)
  234. Naked Weapon (Director: Siu-Tung Ching)
  235. Narc (Director: Joe Carnahan)
  236. Never Get Outta The Boat (Director: Paul Quinn)
  237. New Best Friend (Director: Zoe Clarke-Williams)
  238. New Suit (Director: François Velle)
  239. New World (Director: Peter John Ross)
  240. Nightstalker (Director: Chris Fisher)
  241. No Good Deed (Director: Bob Rafelson)
  242. No Manners (Conduct Zero) (Director: Geun-shik Jo)
  243. Novo (Director: Jean-Pierre Limosin)
  244. Now + Forever (Director: Bob Clark)
  245. Now You Know (Director: Jeff Anderson)
  246. On The Edge (Director: Fred Williamson)
  247. One (Director: Lucas Belvaux)
  248. On_Line (Director: Jed Weintrob)
  249. Once Upon A Time In The Midlands (Director: Shane Meadows)
  250. One Hell Of A Christmas (Director: Shaky Gonzalezz)
  251. One Hour Photo (Director: Mark Romanek)
  252. Open Hearts (Director: Susanne Bier)
  253. Outside The Law (Director: Jorge Montesi)
  254. Outta Time (Director: Lorena David)
  255. P.S. Your Cat Is Dead! (Director: Steve Guttenberg)
  256. Paid In Full (Director: Charles Stone III)
  257. Pandora’s Box (Director: Rob Hardy)
  258. Panic (Air Panic) (Director: Bob Misiorowski)
  259. Panic Room (Director: David Fincher)
  260. Paper Soldiers (Directors: David Daniel + Damon Dash)
  261. Partners In Action (Director: Sidney J. Furie)
  262. People I Know (Director: Daniel Algrant)
  263. Personal Velocity (Director: Rebecca Miller)
  264. Phase IV (Director: Bryan Goeres)
  265. Phone (Director: Byeong-ki Ahn)
  266. Phone Booth (Director: Joel Schumacher)
  267. Pipe Dream (Director: John Walsh)
  268. Poolhall Junkies (Director: Mars Callahan)
  269. Pressure (Director: Richard Gale)
  270. Pumpkin (Directors: Anthony Abrams + Adam Larson Broder)
  271. Punch (Director: Guy Bennett)
  272. Punch-Drunk Love (Director: Paul Thomas Anderson)
  273. Punto y aparte (Director: Paco del Toro)
  274. Pure (Director: Gillies MacKinnon)
  275. Purpose (Director: Alan Ari Lazar)
  276. Queen Of The Damned (Director: Michael Rymer)
  277. Quicksand (Director: Sam Firstenberg)
  278. R.I.C.C.O. (Director: Shawn Woodard)
  279. R.S.V.P. (Director: Mark Anthony Galluzzo)
  280. Rachel’s Attic (Director: David Tybor)
  281. Raising Victor Vargas (Director: Peter Sollett)
  282. Reality Check (Director: Rafal Zielinski)
  283. Reckoning (Director: Jason Rodriguez)
  284. Red Dragon (Director: Brett Ratner)
  285. Repli-Kate (Director: Frank Longo)
  286. Resident Evil (Director: Paul W.S. Anderson)
  287. Returner (Director: Takashi Yamazaki)
  288. Revenge Of The Unhappy Campers (Director: Shawnee Mercer)
  289. Steal (Director: Gérard Pirès)
  290. Ripley’s Game (Director: Liliana Cavani)
  291. Ritual (Tales From The Crypt presents) (Director: Avi Nesher)
  292. Road To Perdition (Director: Sam Mendes)
  293. Roger Dodger (Director: Dylan Kidd)
  294. Rollerball (Director: John McTiernan)
  295. Ronnie (Director: Christopher Haifley)
  296. Rub + Tug (Director: Soo Lyu)
  297. Run Ronnie Run (Director: Troy Miller)
  298. Samurai (Director: Giordano Gederlini)
  299. Savage Messiah (Director: Mario Azzopardi)
  300. Savage Roses (Director: James Tucker)
  301. Scorcher (Director: James Seale)
  302. Searching For Paradise (Director: Myra Paci)
  303. Second To Die (Director: Brad Marlowe)
  304. Secret Pleasures (Director: Michael Paul Girard)
  305. Secretary (Director: Steven Shainberg)
  306. Sex Is Comedy (Director: Catherine Breillat)
  307. Sex + The Teenage Mind (Director: Donald L. Gold)
  308. Shattered Lies (Director: Gerry Lively)
  309. Shooters (Directors: Glenn Durfort + Colin Teague)
  310. Shottas (Director: Cess Silvera)
  311. Skins (Director: Chris Eyre)
  312. Slackers (Director: Dewey Nicks)
  313. Slash (Director: Neal Sundstrom)
  314. Snake Island (Director: Wayne Crawford)
  315. Snapshots (Director: Rudolf van den Berg)
  316. So Close (Director: Corey Yuen)
  317. Sonny (Director: Nicholas Cage)
  318. Sorority Boys (Director: Wallace Wolodarsky)
  319. Speck (Director: Keith Walley)
  320. Spider (Director: David Cronenberg)
  321. Spider’s Web (Director: Paul Levine)
  322. Spun (Director: Jonas Åkerlund)
  323. Stark Raving Mad (Directors: Drew Daywalt + David Schneider)
  324. State Property (Director: Abdul Malik Abbott)
  325. Storm Watch (Director: Terry Cunningham)
  326. Strange Hearts (Director: Michelle Gallagher)
  327. Super Sucker (Director: Jeff Daniels)
  328. Survival Island (Directors: David Hillenbrand + Scott Hillenbrand)
  329. Sweet Sixteen (Director: Ken Loach)
  330. Swept Away (Director: Guy Ritchie)
  331. Swindle (Director: K.C. Bascombe)
  332. Sympathy For Mr. Vengeance (Director: Chan-wook Park)
  333. Taboo (Director: Max Makowski)
  334. Talk To Her (Director: Pedro Almodóvar)
  335. Tattoo, A Love Story (Director: Richard W. Bean)
  336. Bundy (Director: Matthew Bright)
  337. Teddy Bears’ Picnic (Director: Harry Shearer)
  338. Teknolust (Director: Lynn Hershman-Leeson)
  339. Ten Tiny Love Stories (Director: Rodrigo Garcia)
  340. The Anarchist Cookbook (Director: Jordan Susman)
  341. The Badge (Director: Robby Henson)
  342. The Banger Sisters (Director: Bob Dolman)
  343. The Barber (Director: Michael Bafaro)
  344. The Black Magic (Director: Marc-Ivan O’Gorman)
  345. The Brooklyn Boys (Director: John Bianco)
  346. The Burial Society (Director: Nicholas Racz)
  347. The Circle (Director: Sidney J. Furie)
  348. The Circuit (Director: Jalal Merhi)
  349. The Coast Guard (Director: Ki-duk Kim)
  350. The Code (Director: Manuel Boursinhac)
  351. The Cuckoo (Director: Aleksandr Rogozhkin)
  352. The Dancer Upstairs (Director: John Malkovich)
  353. The Dangerous Lives Of Altar Boys (Director: Peter Care)
  354. The Escapist (Director: Gillies MacKinnon)
  355. The Eye (Directors: Danny Pang + Oxide Chun Pang)
  356. The Final Curtain(Director: Patrick Harkins)
  357. The Frightening (Director: David DeCoteau)
  358. The Gatekeeper (Director: John Carlos Frey)
  359. The Gathering (Director: Brian Gilbert)
  360. The Good Girl (Director: Miguel Arteta)
  361. The Good Thief (Director: Neil Jordan)
  362. The Good War (Director: Giorgia Serafini)
  363. The Greenskeeper (Directors: Kevin Greene, Adam Johnson+ Tripp Norton)
  364. The Guru (Director: Daisy von Scherler Mayer)
  365. The Hard Word (Director: Scott Roberts)
  366. The Heart Of Me (Director: Thaddeus O’Sullivan)
  367. The House Next Door (Director: Joey Travolta)
  368. The Hungry Woman (Director: Glenn Robert Smith)
  369. The Intended (Director: Kristian Levring)
  370. The M.O. Of M.I. (Director: Susan Turley)
  371. The Magdalene Sisters (Director: Peter Mullan)
  372. The Murder (Director: Greg Rempel)
  373. The Nest (Director: Florent-Emilio Siri)
  374. The Nugget (Director: Bill Bennett)
  375. The Other Brother (Director: Mandel Holland)
  376. The Other Side Of The Bed (Director: Emilio Martinez Lázaro)
  377. The Perfect You (Crazy Little Thing) (Director: Matthew Miller)
  378. The Pianist (Director: Roman Polanski)
  379. The Quiet American (Director: Phillip Noyce)
  380. The Reckoning (Director: Paul McGuigan)
  381. The Red Siren (Director: Olivier Megaton)
  382. The Round + Round (Director: Rod Slane)
  383. The Rules Of Attraction (Director: Roger Avery)
  384. The Salton Sea (Director: D.J. Caruso)
  385. The Scoundrel’s Wife (Director: Glen Pitre)
  386. The Sea Is Watching (Director: Kei Kumai)
  387. The Secret Lives Of Dentists (Director: Alan Rudolph)
  388. The Slaughter Rule (Directors: Alex Smith + Andrew J. Smith)
  389. The Source (Director: Steve Taylor)
  390. The Stickup (Director: Rowdy Harrington)
  391. The Streetsweeper (Director: James Hill)
  392. The Sweetest Thing (Director: Roger Kumble)
  393. The Third Society (Director: J.A. Steel)
  394. The Trip (Director: Miles Swain)
  395. The Wisher (Director: Gavin Wilding)
  396. The Year That Trembled (Director: Jay Craven)
  397. Threat Of Exposure (Director: Tom Whitus)
  398. Three Days Of Rain (Director: Michael Meredith)
  399. Till Human Voices Wake Us (Director: Michael Petroni)
  400. Trance (Director: Gary Dean Orona)
  401. Trapped (Director: Luis Mandoki)
  402. Triggermen (Director: John Bradshaw)
  403. Trojan Warrior (Director: Salik Silverstein)
  404. Try Seventeen (Director: Jeffrey Porter)
  405. Turnaround (Director: Jeffrey W. Byrd)
  406. Twin Sisters (Director: Ben Sombogaart)
  407. Unborn But Forgotten (Director: Chang-jae Lim)
  408. Undisputed (Director: Walter Hill)
  409. Unfaithful (Director: Adrian Lyne)
  410. Unspeakable (Director: Thomas J. Wright)
  411. Until Death (Director: Charles Buchanan)
  412. Vampire Clan (Director: John Webb)
  413. Vampires: Los Muertos (Director: Tommy Lee Wallace)
  414. Van Wilder (Van Wilder: Party Liaison) (National Lampoon’s “Van Wilder”) (Director: Walt Becker)
  415. Vatos (Director: Paul Wynne)
  416. WXIII: Patlabor the Movie 3 (Directors: Takuji Endo + Fumihiko Takayama
  417. Waking Up In Reno (Director: Jordan Brady)
  418. War (Director: Aleksey Balabanov)
  419. Warrior (Director: Will Harper)
  420. Warrior Angels (Director: Byron W. Thompson)
  421. Washington Heights (Director: Alfredo Rodriguez de Villa)
  422. We Were Soldiers (Director: Randall Wallace)
  423. Welcome To Collinwood (Directors: Anthony Russo + Joe Russo)
  424. West Of Here (Director: Peter Masterson)
  425. Whacked! (Director: James Bruce)
  426. White Boy (Director: John Marino)
  427. Wilbur Wants To Kill Himself (Director: Lone Scherfig)
  428. Windtalkers (Director: John Woo)
  429. WiseGirls (Director: David Anspaugh)
  430. Wishcraft (Directors: Danny Graves + Richard Wenk)
  431. Wolves Of Wall Street (Director: David DeCoteau)
  432. Wrong Number (Director: Richard Middleton)
  433. XX/XY (Director: Austin Chick)
  434. Yesterday (Director: Yun-su Chong)
  435. Yossi + Jagger (Director: Eytan Fox)
  436. You Got Nothin’ (Director: Philip Angelotti)
  437. Zig Zag (Director: David S. Goyer)
  1. In Our Garden (Director: Giuseppe Andrews)
  2. The Story Of O: Untold Pleasures (Director: Phil Leirness)
  3. Thirteen Chimes (13 Curses) (Director: Xavier Villaverde)
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2017.05.30 17:40 badpauly 5-30: Last Week's Notable Insider Buys

These are insider buys of $10K or more reported to the SEC in the last 7 days. The SEC defines an insider as any officer, director or 10% shareholder. It is not illegal for these people to buy or sell their own shares. In fact, since most of them get paid in stock options, it is expected. However, it is illegal for them to trade on inside information that has not been made public. So for example if there are drug trial results that are bad and not public, insiders cannot dump shares. That said, many people have observed that insiders - in general - seem to have a good track record at timing their purchases.
Date Symbol Company Insider Shares Value
05‑26 OPK Opko Health, Inc. FROST PHILLIP MD ET AL 4,700 29,657
05‑26 OPK Opko Health, Inc. FROST PHILLIP MD ET AL 4,000 25,200
05‑26 AAP Advance Auto Parts, Inc. LEE EUGENE I JR 1,895 250,481
05‑26 OPK Opko Health, Inc. FROST PHILLIP MD ET AL 9,900 62,271
05‑26 SGYP Synergy Pharmaceuticals, Inc. JACOB GARY S 5,680 19,967
05‑26 LAWS Lawson Products, Inc. KING LUTHER CAPITAL MANAGEMENT CORP 3,076 61,155
05‑26 OPK Opko Health, Inc. FROST PHILLIP MD ET AL 6,500 40,820
05‑26 SGYP Synergy Pharmaceuticals, Inc. BRANCACCIO JOHN P 6,500 23,335
05‑26 LAWS Lawson Products, Inc. KING LUTHER CAPITAL MANAGEMENT CORP 3,765 74,878
05‑26 OPK Opko Health, Inc. FROST PHILLIP MD ET AL 5,200 32,604
05‑26 WMB Williams Companies, Inc. (The) CREEL MICHAEL A 5,000 148,350
05‑26 CDK CDK Global, Inc. MacDonald Brian P 5,000 302,360
05‑26 AAT American Assets Trust Inc RADY ERNEST S 15,206 597,596
05‑26 CVO Cenveo, Inc. PURI NATHU R 52,400 291,548
05‑26 CVO Cenveo, Inc. PURI NATHU R 2,778 15,318
05‑26 OPK Opko Health, Inc. FROST PHILLIP MD ET AL 5,000 31,700
05‑26 OII Oceaneering International, Inc. BARRETT STEPHEN P 700 17,332
05‑26 AE Adams Resources & Energy, Inc. Griffith Geoffrey 482 19,160
05‑26 BIVV Bioverativ Inc. DENNER ALEXANDER J 450,000 25,745,130
05‑26 NEWT Newtek Business Services Corp. SLOANE BARRY 1,000 16,850
05‑26 HLTH NOBILIS HEALTH CORP Young Paul David 10,000 13,950
05‑26 BONT Bon-Ton Stores, Inc. (THE) Rigby Paul E 20,000 11,718
05‑26 SRG Seritage Growth Properties BERKOWITZ BRUCE R 15,300 605,268
05‑26 JUNO Juno Therapeutics, Inc. FLATLEY JAY T 10,000 243,700
05‑26 LAWS Lawson Products, Inc. King John Bryan 2,505 49,740
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05‑26 GM General Motors Company Mendillo Jane L 1,520 50,038
05‑26 BIVV Bioverativ Inc. PAGLIA LOUIS J 2,000 115,520
05‑26 LAWS Lawson Products, Inc. King John Bryan 3,765 74,878
05‑26 LAWS Lawson Products, Inc. KING LUTHER CAPITAL MANAGEMENT CORP 2,505 49,740
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05‑26 OPK Opko Health, Inc. FROST PHILLIP MD ET AL 19,100 120,712
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05‑25 BTU Peabody Energy Corporation ELLIOTT ASSOCIATES, L.P. 992 23,676
05‑25 LAWS Lawson Products, Inc. KING LUTHER CAPITAL MANAGEMENT CORP 2,110 41,898
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05‑25 LAWS Lawson Products, Inc. KING LUTHER CAPITAL MANAGEMENT CORP 1,400 27,790
05‑25 LAWS Lawson Products, Inc. King John Bryan 2,110 41,898
05‑25 LAWS Lawson Products, Inc. King John Bryan 697 13,850
05‑25 LAWS Lawson Products, Inc. King John Bryan 1,400 27,790
05‑25 AFB Alliance National Municipal Income Fund, Inc. McMullen Carol 1,928 26,105
05‑25 AWF AllianceBernstein Global High Income Fund, Inc. McMullen Carol 2,020 25,856
05‑25 FAST Fastenal Co. Lewis Holden 1,000 43,760
05‑25 TUES Tuesday Morning Corp. Becker Steven R 50,000 89,990
05‑25 APLE Apple Hospitality REIT, Inc. KNIGHT GLADE M 5,400 102,536
05‑25 AAT American Assets Trust Inc RADY ERNEST S 17,478 693,527
05‑25 BIVV Bioverativ Inc. DENNER ALEXANDER J 130,000 7,147,907
05‑25 PHF Pacholder High Yield Fund, Inc. Bulldog Investors, LLC 8,334 66,172
05‑25 CORI Corium International, Inc. PERCEPTIVE ADVISORS LLC 1,902,400 11,890,000
05‑25 SITE SiteOne Landscape Supply, Inc. BLACK DOUG 6,200 314,712
05‑25 SELF Global Self Storage, Inc. TUXIS CORP 4,500 22,815
05‑25 SMTX SMTC Corp. SMITH EDWARD J 10,300 12,747
05‑25 BSRR Sierra Bancorp Dutto Laurence S 500 12,605
05‑25 DNOW NOW Inc. Crandell James 5,000 87,650
05‑25 OOMA Ooma Inc. Narula Ravi 3,000 24,885
05‑25 SXCP SunCoke Energy Partners LP Sun Coal & Coke LLC 45,900 786,593
05‑25 BGIO BlackRock 2022 Global Income Opportunity Trust Rieder Richard M 11,803 117,794
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05‑25 NVTR Nuvectra Corporation DREES SCOTT F 1,700 16,915
05‑25 PRSS CafePress Inc. MILLER LLOYD I III 10,101 25,657
05‑25 QHC Quorum Health Corporation Koury Shaheed 8,500 30,260
05‑25 SPKE Spark Energy, Inc. Maxwell W Keith III 3,807 164,196
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05‑25 PES Pioneer Energy Services Corp. LOCKE STACY 25,000 68,500
05‑25 ACNB ACNB Corp. Lott James J 1,000 28,769
05‑25 OPK Opko Health, Inc. FROST PHILLIP MD ET AL 4,350 27,927
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05‑25 DKL Delek Logistics Partners LP Delek US Holdings, Inc. 1,000 30,768
05‑25 OPK Opko Health, Inc. FROST PHILLIP MD ET AL 4,600 29,394
05‑25 AREX Approach Resources, Inc. Wilks Brothers, LLC 200,000 533,340
05‑25 ETM Entercom Communications Corp. FIELD JOSEPH M 83,629 833,120
05‑25 FTR Frontier Communications Corp. Arndt Kenneth 13,000 17,875
05‑25 OPK Opko Health, Inc. FROST PHILLIP MD ET AL 11,933 75,894
05‑25 OPK Opko Health, Inc. FROST PHILLIP MD ET AL 4,067 25,846
05‑25 ZSAN Zosano Pharma Corporation Erbez Georgia 68,000 89,760
05‑25 ZSAN Zosano Pharma Corporation WALKER JOHN PETER 37,550 51,338
05‑25 BCTF Bancorp 34, Inc. Thiry Jan R 3,600 49,932
05‑25 LSXMA Liberty Media, Sirius XM Group Series A WESCHLER, R. TED 142,047 5,731,568
05‑25 LSXMK Liberty Media, Sirius XM Group Series C WESCHLER, R. TED 353,063 14,164,005
05‑25 LSXMK Liberty Media, Sirius XM Group Series C BERKSHIRE HATHAWAY INC 353,063 14,164,005
05‑25 PRGX PRGX Global, Inc. Drapkin Matthew A 12,074 75,239
05‑25 LSXMA Liberty Media, Sirius XM Group Series A BERKSHIRE HATHAWAY INC 142,047 5,731,568
05‑25 BTU Peabody Energy Corporation ELLIOTT INTERNATIONAL, L.P. 2,108 50,311
05‑24 GWR Genesee & Wyoming, Inc. NEUPAVER ALBERT J 1,560 101,041
05‑24 SBH Sally Beauty Holdings, Inc. Brickman Christian A. 9,800 172,578
05‑24 SEAS SeaWorld Entertainment, Inc. Hill Path Holdings LLC 231,778 4,245,733
05‑24 SEAS SeaWorld Entertainment, Inc. Hill Path Holdings LLC 18,222 333,792
05‑24 SEAS SeaWorld Entertainment, Inc. Hill Path Capital Partners LP 231,778 4,245,733
05‑24 SEAS SeaWorld Entertainment, Inc. Hill Path Capital Partners LP 18,222 333,792
05‑24 FHCO Female Health Co. (THE) FISCH HARRY 10,000 11,000
05‑24 BIVV Bioverativ Inc. Posner Brian S 1,300 70,068
05‑24 BIVV Bioverativ Inc. Posner Brian S 700 37,656
05‑24 SXCP SunCoke Energy Partners LP Sun Coal & Coke LLC 42,584 729,455
05‑24 WAAS AquaVenture Holdings Limited BROWN DOUGLAS R 10,000 170,540
05‑24 AAT American Assets Trust Inc RADY ERNEST S 27,727 1,100,207
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05‑24 SMRT Stein Mart, Inc. LEGLER MITCHELL W 25,000 38,608
05‑24 OPK Opko Health, Inc. FROST PHILLIP MD ET AL 4,900 31,311
05‑24 OPK Opko Health, Inc. FROST PHILLIP MD ET AL 7,800 49,998
05‑24 MCC Medley Capital Corp. Taube Brook 133,549 815,450
05‑24 MCC Medley Capital Corp. Taube Seth 133,549 815,450
05‑24 OPK Opko Health, Inc. FROST PHILLIP MD ET AL 2,000 12,760
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05‑24 STRS Stratus Properties, Inc. Oasis Management Co Ltd. 1,553 42,708
05‑24 OPK Opko Health, Inc. FROST PHILLIP MD ET AL 4,204 26,990
05‑24 OPK Opko Health, Inc. FROST PHILLIP MD ET AL 5,050 32,446
05‑24 OPK Opko Health, Inc. FROST PHILLIP MD ET AL 9,150 58,834
05‑24 OPK Opko Health, Inc. FROST PHILLIP MD ET AL 2,384 15,472
05‑24 COOL Majesco Entertainment Co. Stetson John 10,000 100,000
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05‑24 CRI Carter's, Inc. PULVER DAVID 1,000 80,100
05‑24 ULBI Ultralife Corp. Saeli Thomas Louis 4,000 23,200
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05‑24 SBH Sally Beauty Holdings, Inc. RABIN EDWARD W 1,250 21,888
05‑24 DKL Delek Logistics Partners LP Delek US Holdings, Inc. 2,100 65,081
05‑24 GCBC Greene County Bancorp, Inc. Hogan Peter W. 971 23,061
05‑24 ETM Entercom Communications Corp. FIELD JOSEPH M 78,747 796,022
05‑24 PRGX PRGX Global, Inc. Drapkin Matthew A 22,941 143,028
05‑24 USAK USA Truck, Inc. Chambers Mary Susan 5,725 39,732
05‑24 LSXMA Liberty Media, Sirius XM Group Series A BERKSHIRE HATHAWAY INC 83,367 3,324,476
05‑24 LSXMK Liberty Media, Sirius XM Group Series C BERKSHIRE HATHAWAY INC 151,625 6,011,476
05‑24 LSXMK Liberty Media, Sirius XM Group Series C WESCHLER, R. TED 151,625 6,011,476
05‑24 LSXMA Liberty Media, Sirius XM Group Series A WESCHLER, R. TED 83,367 3,324,476
05‑24 ZSAN Zosano Pharma Corporation WALKER JOHN PETER 36,166 48,553
05‑24 SMRT Stein Mart, Inc. STEIN JAY 353,280 542,038
05‑24 MTDR Matador Resources Co. FORRESTER JULIA P. 1,255 30,070
05‑24 CDXC ChromaDex Corporation Pioneer Step Holdings Ltd 2,521,526 6,555,968
05‑24 CDXC ChromaDex Corporation Champion River Ventures Ltd 3,782,288 9,833,949
05‑24 BCTF Bancorp 34, Inc. Ralls Elaine E. 1,000 13,150
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05‑24 MSBF MSB Financial Corp. SEIDMAN LAWRENCE B 1,192 20,204
05‑24 MSBF MSB Financial Corp. SEIDMAN LAWRENCE B 8,570 145,262
05‑24 MSBF MSB Financial Corp. SEIDMAN LAWRENCE B 2,743 46,494
05‑24 MSBF MSB Financial Corp. SEIDMAN LAWRENCE B 1,251 21,204
05‑24 MSBF MSB Financial Corp. SEIDMAN LAWRENCE B 5,578 94,547
05‑24 SMTX SMTC Corp. SMITH EDWARD J 14,200 17,382
05‑24 SMTX SMTC Corp. BAILEY CLARKE H 28,725 34,220
05‑24 SELF Global Self Storage, Inc. TUXIS CORP 4,500 22,526
05‑24 EMAN eMagin Corp. STILLWATER HOLDINGS LLC 50,000 100,000
05‑24 CUBA Herzfeld Caribbean Basin Fund HERZFELD THOMAS J 3,000 20,970
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05‑24 SRC Spirit Realty Capital, Inc. Messmann Boyd 10,000 71,900
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05‑24 SRG Seritage Growth Properties BERKOWITZ BRUCE R 13,900 553,498
05‑24 SRG Seritage Growth Properties BERKOWITZ BRUCE R 2,000 79,640
05‑24 BIVV Bioverativ Inc. DENNER ALEXANDER J 340,000 18,414,400
05‑23 SBH Sally Beauty Holdings, Inc. RABIN EDWARD W 2,250 40,118
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05‑23 JOE St. Joe Co. (THE) Gonzalez Jorge Luis 1,400 24,472
05‑23 PENC PEN Inc. BERMAN RONALD J 131,731 50,058
05‑23 PENC PEN Inc. Rickert Scott E. 43,910 16,686
05‑23 PENC PEN Inc. Rickert Jeanne M 43,910 16,686
05‑23 IFF International Flavors & Fragrances, Inc Winder Investment Pte Ltd 21,990 2,988,661
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05‑23 SEAS SeaWorld Entertainment, Inc. Hill Path Capital Partners LP 18,222 336,976
05‑23 SEAS SeaWorld Entertainment, Inc. Hill Path Capital Partners LP 231,778 4,286,224
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05‑23 SEAS SeaWorld Entertainment, Inc. Hill Path Holdings LLC 231,778 4,286,224
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05‑23 JFC JPMorgan China Region Fund, Inc. Bulldog Investors, LLC 20,000 392,398
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05‑23 PHF Pacholder High Yield Fund, Inc. Bulldog Investors, LLC 5,400 42,984
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05‑23 RTNB root9B Technologies, Inc. Quad Capital Management Advisors LLC 2,032 14,834
05‑23 LMRK Landmark Infrastructure Partners LP BRAZY ARTHUR P JR 7,000 111,160
05‑23 FH FORM Holdings Corp. Perlman Andrew D 10,000 17,703
05‑23 GSBD Goldman Sachs BDC, Inc. Kari Ross Jay 5,000 111,179
05‑23 GPX GP Strategies Corp. GREENBERG SCOTT N 1,666 38,668
05‑23 LTS Ladenburg Thalmann Financial Services, Inc. ZEITCHICK MARK 5,000 11,247
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05‑23 CNBKA Century Bancorp, Inc. Filler James J 212 12,648
05‑23 PLSE Pulse Biosciences, Inc. DUGGAN ROBERT W 18,600 496,397
05‑23 PZN Pzena Investment Management, Inc. JOHNSTON CHARLES D 10,000 84,300
05‑23 DAR Darling Ingredients Inc. LYNCH PATRICK C 18,337 300,543
05‑23 MCC Medley Capital Corp. Taube Seth 124,927 765,965
05‑23 MCC Medley Capital Corp. Taube Brook 124,927 765,965
05‑23 PHII PHI, Inc. MURPHY THOMAS H 1,000 10,500
05‑23 BANF BancFirst Corp. RAINBOLT H E 400 37,935
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05‑23 DFBG Differential Brands Group Inc. Ross Robert 10,000 19,450
05‑23 GMZ Goldman Sachs MLP Income Opportunities Fund Jois Ganesh 4,825 50,478
05‑23 GMZ Goldman Sachs MLP Income Opportunities Fund Jois Ganesh 3,175 33,206
05‑23 GER Goldman Sachs MLP Energy Renaissance Fund Jois Ganesh 6,300 50,255
05‑23 GER Goldman Sachs MLP Energy Renaissance Fund Jois Ganesh 4,150 33,241
05‑23 SMRT Stein Mart, Inc. LEGLER MITCHELL W 20,000 30,488
05‑23 BTU Peabody Energy Corporation ELLIOTT ASSOCIATES, L.P. 8,436 196,974
05‑23 COTY Coty, Inc. McMullen Greerson Greene 14,350 271,430
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05‑23 SMRT Stein Mart, Inc. SISISKY RICHARD L 50,000 75,720
05‑23 LSXMA Liberty Media, Sirius XM Group Series A BERKSHIRE HATHAWAY INC 103,474 4,060,206
05‑23 AAT American Assets Trust Inc RADY ERNEST S 31,381 1,226,369
05‑23 BTU Peabody Energy Corporation ELLIOTT INTERNATIONAL, L.P. 17,925 418,534
05‑23 LSXMK Liberty Media, Sirius XM Group Series C BERKSHIRE HATHAWAY INC 162,545 6,327,422
05‑23 SXCP SunCoke Energy Partners LP Sun Coal & Coke LLC 63,300 1,076,917
05‑23 PRGX PRGX Global, Inc. Drapkin Matthew A 3,869 24,174
05‑23 LSXMK Liberty Media, Sirius XM Group Series C WESCHLER, R. TED 162,545 6,327,422
05‑23 SBH Sally Beauty Holdings, Inc. Brickman Christian A. 9,500 170,114
05‑23 APO Apollo Global Management LLC TIGER GLOBAL MANAGEMENT LLC 73,800 2,022,637
05‑23 LSXMA Liberty Media, Sirius XM Group Series A WESCHLER, R. TED 103,474 4,060,206
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05‑23 EVLV EVINE Live Inc. Grabell Neal 17,400 20,010
05‑23 LIVN LivaNova PLC O'Kane Sharon 1,000 58,581
05‑23 EVLV EVINE Live Inc. Siegel Fred R 20,000 23,000
05‑23 GST Gastar Exploration Inc. ARES MANAGEMENT LLC 514,227 631,934
05‑23 SMRT Stein Mart, Inc. STEIN JAY 546,720 808,271
05‑23 MSBF MSB Financial Corp. SEIDMAN LAWRENCE B 13,713 232,435
05‑23 EVLV EVINE Live Inc. Rosenblatt Robert 86,957 100,001
05‑23 EVLV EVINE Live Inc. Letizio Lisa 17,391 20,000
05‑23 ETM Entercom Communications Corp. FIELD JOSEPH M 56,697 576,813
05‑23 DKL Delek Logistics Partners LP Delek US Holdings, Inc. 3,488 107,487
05‑23 EVLV EVINE Live Inc. HOLDSWORTH MARK 86,957 100,001
05‑23 MWBC MW Bancorp Inc. NIESEN GREGORY P 2,000 40,780
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05‑23 MSBF MSB Financial Corp. SEIDMAN LAWRENCE B 23,425 397,054
05‑23 IMI Intermolecular, Inc. MILLER LLOYD I III 14,300 12,155
05‑23 MSBF MSB Financial Corp. SEIDMAN LAWRENCE B 26,713 452,785
05‑23 ORLY O'Reilly Automotive, Inc. LAURO JEFFREY ALAN 50 11,750
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