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Final Wishes A Cautionary Tale on Death, Dignity, and Physician-Assisted Suicide
Ballard hastens to add that Crash is "a cautionary tale," a deadpan exploration of extreme atrocity in the mode of Swift's "A Modest Proposal.
In language that should be memorized by securities lawyers everywhere, the court stated the following principle of law: "[W]hen an offering document's forecasts, opinions or projections are accompanied by meaningful cautionary statements, the forward-looking statements will not form the basis for a securities fraud claim if these statements did not affect the 'total mix' of information the document provided investors.