Can We Really Delete The Past? A British Campaign Aims To Do Just That

What started as a simple idea over two years ago, has grown into a law that very well may be passed through the new Conservative leadership of Britain’s, Theresa May. The new Prime Minister of the UK has been insistent on passing “safeguards” that would allow children, once they turn 18 to delete any derogatory or incriminating former social media posts, photos, and even comments.

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A Discussion on: “Taxation and Financial Management from a Global Perspective” with a Delegation from the Principality of Liechtenstein

The McDonough School of Business held a discussion on:

TAXATION AND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT FROM A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE: OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES

with a Delegation from the Principality of Liechtenstein

Hosted by Professor Michael Czinkota

On February 9, 2012, a delegation from the Principality of Liechtenstein, led by Ambassador Fritsche, Dr. Ernst Walch, former president of parliament and minister of foreign affairs and Prof. Dr. Francesco Schurr, head of the Chair for Company, Foundation and Trust Law at the Institute for Financial Services, visited Georgetown University.

Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business Dean and William R. Berkley Chair, David Thomas, together with Prof. Allan Eberhart, Prof. David Walker, Prof. Thomas Cooke and Prof. Charles Skuba graced the event.