Forum Citations

The Forum is the top online resource for discourse on corporate governance, and its posts have been widely cited in over 800 law review articles and regulatory materials. Articles and materials including citations to the Forum include the following:

1 Christopher McNamara, How the Decisions in Favor of the Stein Thirteen Will Affect the Litigation of Corporate Crime and Department of Justice Policies and Expand the Sixth Amendment Right to Counsel, 78 Fordham L. Rev. 933 (2009)
2 Claire Hill and Brett McDonnell, Executive Compensation and the Optimal Penumbra of Delaware Corporation Law, 4 Va. L. & Bus. Rev. 333 (2009 (2 citations)
3 Elina Khasina, Disclosure of “Beneficial Ownership” of Synthetic Positions in Takeover Campaigns, 2009 Colum. Bus. L. Rev. 904 (2009) (6 citations)
4 Johnny Jaswal and Ed Waitzer, Peoples, BCE, and the Good Corporate “Citizen”, 47 Osgoode Hall L.J. 439 (2009)
5 Joseph W. Yockey, On the Role and Regulation of Private Negotiations in Governance, 61 S.C. L. Rev. 171 (2009) (2 citations)
6 Lauren Colasacco, Where Were the Accountants? Deepening Insolvency as a Means of Ensuring Accountants’ Presence When Corporate Turmoil Materializes, 78 Fordham L. Rev. 793 (2009)
7 Lisa M. Fairfax, Delaware’s New Proxy Access: Much Ado about Nothing?, 11 Transactions: Tenn. J. Bus. L. 87 (2009)
8 Stefan J. Padfield, Finding State Action When Corporations Govern, 82 Temp. L. Rev. 703 (2009) (2 citations)
9 Tyler J. Bexley, Reining in Maverick Traders: Rule 10B5-2 and Confidentiality Agreements, 88 Tex. L. Rev. 195 (2009)
10 A. Keay, Getting to Grips with the Shareholder Value Theory in Corporate Law, CLWR 39 4 (358) (2010)
11 Aaron J. Lyttle and Robert Sprague, Shareholder Primacy and the Business Judgment Rule: Arguments for Expanded Corporate Democracy, 16 Stan. J.L. Bus. & Fin. 1 (2010)
12 Andrew F. Tuch, Multiple Gatekeepers, 96 Va. L. Rev. 1583 (2010)
13 Bradley K. Sabel and Gregg L. Rozanksy, Dodd-Frank: Derivatives as Credit Extensions of Banks, 7 N.Y.U. J.L. & Bus. 175 (2010)
14 Christine Hurt, The Windfall Myth, 8 Geo. J. L. & Pub. Pol’y 339 (2010)
15 Christopher M. Bruner, Power and Purpose in the “Anglo-American” Corporation, 50 Va. J. Int’l L. 579 (2010)
16 Claire A. Hill, Justification Norms Under Uncertainty: A Preliminary Inquiry, 17 Conn. Ins. L.J. 27 (2010)
17 David M. Wilson, Climate Change: The Real Threat to Delaware Corporate Law, Why Delaware Must Keep a Watchful Eye on the Content of Political Change in the Air, 5 Entrepreneurial Bus. L.J. 481 (2010)
18 Dino Falaschetti, Richard Fidei, Dodd-Frank and Board Governance: New Political-Legal Risks to Monetary Policy and Business Judgments?, 29 No. 12 Banking & Fin. Services Pol’y Rep. 1 (2010)
19 George Triantis, The Evolution of Contract Remedies (and Why Do Contracts Professors Teach Remedies First?), 60 U. Toronto L.J. 643 (2010)
20 J. Robert Brown, Jr., Law Faculty Blogs and Disruptive Innovation, 2 J.L: Periodical Laboratory of Leg. Scholarship 525 (2012) (2 citations)
21 J.W. Verret, The Bailout through a Public Choice Lens: Government-Controlled Corporations as a Mechanism for Rent Transfer, 40 Seton Hall L. Rev. 1521 (2010)
22 Jennifer G. Hill, Subverting Shareholder Rights: Lessons from News Corp.’s Migration to Delaware, 63 Vand. L. Rev. 1 (2010) (2 citations)
23 Jeremy Ryan Delman, Structuring Say-On-Pay: A Comparative Look at Global Variations in Shareholder Voting on Executive Compensation, 2010 Colum. Bus. L. Rev. 583 (2010) (2 citations)
24 Jill E. Fisch, Securities Intermediaries and the Separation of Ownership from Control, 33 Seattle U. L. Rev. 877 (2010)
25 John W. Ulhein, Breakdown in the Mortgage Securitization Market: Multiple Causes and Suggestions for Reform, 60 Syracuse L. Rev. 503 (2010)
26 Joseph J. Norton, The “Santiago Principles” and the International Forum of Sovereign Wealth Funds: Evolving Components of the New Bretton Woods II Post-Global Financial Crisis Architecture and Another Example of Ad Hoc Global Administrative Networking and Related “Soft” Rulemaking?, 29 Rev. Banking & Fin. L. 465 (2010)
27 Kenneth R. Davis, Taking Stock–Salary and Options Too: The Looting of Corporate America, 69 Md. L. Rev. 419 (2010)
28 Lucian A. Bebchuk and Scott Hirst, Private Ordering and the Proxy Access Debate, 65 Bus. Law. 329 (2010)
29 Michael J. Kaufman and John M. Wunderlich, Resolving the Continuing Controversy Regarding Confidential Informants in Private Securities Fraud Litigation, 19 Cornell J.L. & Pub. Pol’y 637 (2010)
30 Milosz Gudzowski, Mortgage Credit Ratings and the Financial Crisis: The Need for a State-Run Mortgage Security Credit Rating Agency, 2010 Colum. Bus. L. Rev. 245 (2010)
31 Nicholas D. Harken, 2009 SEC Proxy Amendments: A Problematic Solution to Shareholder Director Nomination, 1 No. 1 U. Puerto Rico Bus. L.J. 65 (2010)
32 Paul Rose, Common Agency and the Public Corporation, 63 Vand. L. Rev. 1355 (2010)
33 Paul Rose, Regulating Risk by “Strengthening Corporate Governance”, 17 Conn. Ins. L.J. 1 (2010) (3 citations)
34 Robert T. Miller, The Board’s Duty to Monitor Risk After Citigroup, 12 U. Pa. J. Bus. L. 1153 (2010)
35 Sabrina Ursaner, Keeping “Fiduciary Outs” Out of Shareholder-Proposed Bylaws: An Analysis of CA, Inc. v. AFSCME, 6 N.Y.U. J.L. & Bus. 479 (2010)
36 Stefan J. Padfield, Immaterial Lies: Condoning Deceit in the Name of Securities Regulation, 61 Case W. Res. 143 (2010)
37 Stephen A. Yoder, Legislative Intervention in Corporate Governance is not a Necessary Response to Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission, 29 J.L. & Com. 1 (2010) (2 citations)
38 Alexander Hellgardt and Wolf-Georg Ringe, The International Dimension of Issuer Liability-Liability and Choice of Law from a Transatlantic Perspective, Oxford J Legal Studies (2011) 31 (1): 23
39 Andrea Sacco Ginevri, The Rise of Long-Term Minority Shareholders’ Rights in Publicly Held Corporations and Its Effect on Corporate Governance, European Business Organization Law Review (2011) 12: 587-618
40 Brett R. Marshall, Morrison v. National Australia Bank Ltd.: A Clear Statement Rule or a Confusing Standard, 37 Iowa J. Corp. L. 203 (2011)
41 Claire Cardie, Dan Cosley, Cynthia R. Farina, Paul Miller, Mary J. Newhart, and Rebecca Vernon, Rulemaking in 140 Characters or Less: Social Networking and Public Participation in Rulemaking, 31 Pace L. Rev. 382 (2011)
42 Cosme Caballero, Curbing Corporate Abuse from Jurisprudential Off-Sites: Problematic Paradigms in United States v. Textron Inc., 65 U. Miami L. Rev. 645 (2011) (2 citations)
43 Danielle Angott Higgins, Regulations S-K Item 402(S): Regulating Compensation Incentive-Based Risk through Mandatory Disclosure, 61 Case W. Res. L. Rev. 1049 (2011)
44 David Millon, Two Models of Corporate Social Responsibility, 46 Wake Forest L. Rev. 523 (2011)
45 Elizabeth A. Odian, SEC v. Dorozhko’s Affirmative Misrepresentation Theory of Insider Trading: An Improper Means to a Proper End, 94 Marq. L. Rev. 1313 (2011)
46 Eric J. Pan, Rethinking the Board’s Duty to Monitor: A Critical Assessment of the Delaware Doctrine, 38 Fla. St. U. L. Rev. 209 (2011)
47 James D. Dinnage and Omari Scott Simmons, Innkeepers: A Unifying Theory of the In-House Counsel Role, 41 Seton Hall L. Rev. 77 (2011)
48 James P. Holdcroft, Jr. and Jonathan R. Macey, Failure is an Option: An Ersatz-Antitrust Approach to Financial Regulation, 120 Yale L.J. 1368 (2011)
49 James W. Rathz, The Fix is In: Can the Asymmetric Condition of Regulatory Oversight in the U.S. Capital Markets be Corrected?, 13 Duq. Bus. L.J. 1 (2011)
50 Jennifer G. Hill, Ronald W. Masulis, and Randall S. Thomas, Comparing CEO Employment Contract Provisions: Differences Between Australia and the United States, 64 Vand. L. Rev. 559 (2011) (2 citations)
51 John Ashcroft, Catherine Hanay, and Claudia L. Onate Greim, Whistleblowers Cash in, Unwary Corporations Pay, 40 Hofstra L. Rev. 367 (2011) (3 citations)
52 John H. Knox, The Unpredictable Presumption Against Extraterritoriality, 40 Sw. L. Rev. 635 (2011)
53 John Holman, A Flawed Solution: The Difficulties of Mandating a Leverage Ratio in the United States, 84 S. Cal. L. Rev. 713 (2011)
54 Kara Baquizal, The Extraterritorial Reach of Section 10(B): Revisiting Morrison in Light of Dodd-Frank, 34 Fordham Int’l L.J. 1544 (2011)
55 Katharine V. Jackson, Towards a Stakeholder-Shareholder Theory of Corporate Governance: A Comparative Analysis, 7 Hastings Bus. L.J. 309 (2011)
56 Marcel Kahan and Edward Rock, The Insignificance of Proxy Access, 97 Va. L. Rev. 1347 (2011)
57 Meny Elgadeh, Morrison v. National Australia Bank: Life After Dodd-Frank, 16 Fordham J. Corp. & Fin. L. 573 (2011)
58 Michael P. Murtagh, The Rule 23(B)(3) Superiority Requirement and Transnational Class Actions: Excluding Foreign Class Members in Favor of European Remedies, 34 Hastings Int’l & Comp. L. Rev. 1 (2011)
59 Morris A. Karam, The Chrysler Bankruptcy and the Future of 363(B) Transactions, 11 Hous. Bus. & Tax L. J. 395 (2011)
60 Peta Spender and Michael Tarlowski, Morrison v. National Australia Bank Ltd Adventures on the Barbary Coast: Morrison and Enforcement in a Globalised Securities Market, 35 Melb. U. L. Rev. 280 (2011)
61 Robert E. Mensel, Nothings into Something: Intrinsic Value and Counterfeit Money in Antebellum Law and Culture, 37 Ohio N.U. L. Rev. 111 (2011)
62 Sarah Jane Hughes and Roland L. Trope, Contemporary Issues in Cyberlaw: Red Skies in the Morning — Professional Ethics at the Dawn of Cloud Computing, 38 Wm. Mitchell L. Rev. 111 (2011)
63 Timothy A. Cook, Courts as Diplomats: Encouraging an International Patent Enforcement Treaty through Extraterritorial Constructions of the Patent Act, 97 Va. L. Rev. 1181 (2011)
64 Urska Velikonja, Leverage, Sanctions and Deterrence of Accounting Fraud, 44 U.S. Davis L. Rev. 1281 (2011)
65 Vincent M. Chiappini, How American are American Depositary Receipts? ADRs, Rule 10n-5 Suits, and Morrison v. National Australia Bank, 52 B.C. L. Rev. 1795 (2011)
66 Alicia E. Plerhoples, Can an Old Dog Learn New Tricks? Applying Traditional Corporate Law Principles to New Social Enterprise Legislation, 13 Transactions 221 (2012)
67 Alison K. Gary, Creating a Future Economic Crisis: Political Failure and the Loopholes of the Volcker Rule, 90 Or. L. Rev. 1339 (2012)
68 Amy J. Sepinwall, Righting Others’ Wrongs: A Critical Look at Clawbacks in Madoff-Type Ponzi Schemes and Other Frauds, 78 Brooklyn L. Rev. 1 (2012)
69 Andrew F. Tuch, Conflicted Gatekeepers: The Volcker Rule and Goldman Sachs, 7 Va. L. & Bus. Rev. 365 (2012) (2 citations)
70 Andrew R. Nash, In-House but Out in the Cold: A Comparison of the Attorney-Client Privilege in the United States and European Union, 43 St. Mary’s L. J. 453 (2012) (4 citations)
71 Aviv Pichhadze, The Securities and Exchange Commission and the Ownership Narrative, 3 Wm. & Mary Pol’y Rev. 295 (2012)
72 Bonnie White, Reevaluating Galaviz v. Berg: An Analysis of Forum-Selection Provisions in Unilaterally Adopted Corporate Bylaws as Requirements Contracts, 160 U. Pa. L. Rev. PENNumbra 390 (2012)
73 Catherine Moore, The Effect of the Dodd-Frank Act on Arbitration Agreements: A Proposal for Consumer Choice, 12 Pepp. Disp. Resol. L.J. 503 (2012)
74 Christina Karam, Access Denied! The Case for Extending Full First Amendment Protection to Proxy Speech Under Citizens United, 73 Ohio St. L.J. Furthermore 63 (2012)
75 Christine E. J. Schwöbel, Whither the Private in Global Governance, Int. J. Constitutional Law (2012) 10 (4): 1106
76 Christopher K. Seide, Consumer Financial Protection Post Dodd-Frank: Solutions to Protect Consumers Against Wrongful Foreclosure Practices and Predatory Subprime Auto Lending, 3 No. 2 U. Puerto Rico Bus. L.J. 219 (2012)
77 Colin Talia, Janus Capital Group: How “Making” a Statement Leads to Insulation from Liability, 38 Iowa J. Corp. L. 197 (2012)
78 Edward B. Micheletti and Jenness E. Parker, Multi-Jurisdictional Litigation: Who Caused This Problem, and Can It be Fixed?, 37 Del. J. Corp. L. 1 (2012) (2 citations)
79 Enzo Incandela, Recourse Under § 10(b) on Life Support: The Displacement of Liability and Private Securities Fraud Action after Janus v. First Derivative, 43 Loy. U. Chi. L.J. 935 (2012)
80 Gabriella Wertman, A Counterintuitive Reform: The Inherent Hindrance to Proxy Access in Rule 14A-8’s Pipeline, 2012 Colum. Bus. L. Rev. 1049 (2012) (2 citations)
81 Greg Jones, Mortgage Lending: Confusing in Every Language, 24 Loy. Consumer L. Rev. 661 (2012)
82 Gregory C. Yadley, Regulators’ Responsibility for Small Banks’ Inability to Finance Customers in the Wake of the Financial Meltdown, 7 Entrepren. Bus. L.J. 95 (2012)
83 James A. Barta and Julia Chapman, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, 49 Am. Crim. L. Rev. 825 (2012)
84 James F. Cotter, Alan R. Palmiter, and Randall S. Thomas, Dodd-Frank’s Say on Pay: Will it Lead to a Greater Role for Shareholders in Corporate Governance?, 97 Cornell L. Rev. 1213 (2012) (4 citations)
85 Jan Bissett and Margi Heinen, Are You Occupied by Dodd-Frank?, 91-FEB Mich. B.J. 50 (2012) (3 citations)
86 Jeff Izant, Mens Rea and the Martin Act: A Weapon of Choice for Securities Fraud Prosecutions?, 2012 Colum. Bus. L. Rev. 913 (2012)
87 Jeffrey N. Gordon, Corporate Governance and Executive Compensation in Financial Firms: The Case for Convertible Equity-Based Pay, 2012 Colum. Bus. L. Rev. 834 (2012) (2 citations)
88 Joshua L. Boehm, Private Securities Fraud Litigation after Morrison v. National Australia Bank: Reconsidering a Reliance-Based Approach to Extraterritoriality, 53 Harv. Int’l L.J. 249 (2012)
89 June Carbone, Once and Future Financial Crises: How the Hellhound of Wall Street Sniffed out Five Forgotten Factors Guaranteed to Produce Fiascos, 80 UMKC L. Rev. 1021 (2012)
90 Justin Fisher-Short, Default Fiduciary Duties in Delaware LLCs: Why the Highly Adaptive LLC Form Calls for a Flexible Default Fiduciary Duty Rule, 13 J. Bus. & Sec. L. 35 (2012)
91 Lisa P. Goldstein, The Janus-Faced Supreme Court: The Decision in Janus Capital Group and Implications of the Court’s Third Look at Secondary Liability for Securities Fraud, 20 Geo. Mason L. Rev. 311 (2012)
92 Matt A. Vega, Beyond Incentives: Making Corporate Whistleblowing Moral in the New Era of Dodd-Frank act “Bounty Hunting”, 45 Conn. L. Rev. 483 (2012)
93 Mike Davitt, Scott Fletcher, and Tom Jackson, Disturbing Trends in M&A Litigation, 59 The Advoc (Texas) 31 (2012)
94 Mirela V. Hristova, The Case for Insider-Trading Criminalization and Sentencing Reform, 13 Transactions 267 (2012)
95 Priya Gupta, Freezeouts in Delaware: An Exploration of the Appropriate Standard of Review, 2012 Colum. Bus. L. Rev. 707 (2012)
96 Rachel A. Benedict, Judicial Review of SEC Rules: Managing the Costs of Cost-Benefit Analysis, 97 Minn. L. Rev. 278 (2012)
97 Scott Bowling, Sylvia Mayer, and Heath P. Tarbert, Better Late than Never? FSB Reports Regulatory Reform is Advancing, but Slowly, 66 Consumer Fin. L.Q. Rep. 367 (2012)
98 Seth Chertok, A Comprehensive Guide to Title IV of the Dodd-Frank Act and the Rules Promulgated Thereunder, 12 U.C. Davis Bus. L.J. 125 (2012)
99 Stephanie Lyn Parker, The Folly of Rule 14A-11: Business Roundtable v. SEC and the Commission’s Next Step, 61 Am. U. L. Rev. 715 (2012) (4 citations)
100 Thomas E. Holber, Full of Hot Air? Evaluating the Airgas Court’s Reservations about Shareholders’ Short-term and Long-Term Interests in Takeovers, 18 Fordham J. Corp. & Fin. L. 123 (2012)
101 Troy S. Brown, Legal Political Moral Hazard: Does the Dodd-Frank Act End Too Big to Fail?, 3 Ala. C.R. & C.L. L. Rev. 1 (2012)
102 Viki Economides, Tianrui Group Co. v. International Trade Commission: The Dubious Status of Extraterritoriality and the Domestic Industry Requirement of Section 337, 61 Am. U. L. Rev. 1235 (2012)
103 William A. Birdthistle, The Supreme Court’s Theory of the Fund, 37 Iowa J. Corp. L. 771 (2012)
104 William Alan Nelson II, Ending the Silence: Shareholder Derivative Suits and Amending the Dodd-Frank Act so “Say on Pay” Votes may be Heard in the Boardroom, 20 U. Miami Bus. L. Rev. 149 (2012) (3 citations)
105 William B. Chandler III, The Delaware Court of Chancery: An Insider’s View of Change and Continuity, 2012 Colum. Bus. L. Rev. 411 (2012)
106 William Savitt, The Genius of the Modern Chancery System, 2012 Colum. Bus. L. Rev. 570 (2012)
107 Wulf A. Kaal and Richard W. Painter, Forum Competition and Choice of Law Competition in Securities Law after Morrison v. National Australia Bank, 97 Minn. L. Rev. 132 (2012)
108 Alexander M. Wolf, Taking Back What’s Theirs: The Recess Appointments Clause, Pro Forma Sessions, and a Political Tug-of-War, 81 Fordham L. Rev. 2055 (2013)
109 Alexandros Seretakis, Taming the Locusts? Embattled Hedge Funds in the E.U., N.Y.U. J.L. & Bus. 115 (2013) (2 citations)
110 Amanda R. Huff, The Volcker Rule: The Prohibitions, Compliance and the Cost on the Small Bank, 41 W. St. U. L. Rev. 81 (2013)
111 Bonie White, If All Investment Banks are Conflicted, Why Blame Barclays? An Examination of Investment Bank Fee Structures and Del Monte Foods, 162 U. Pa. L. Rev. Online 93 (2013) (3 citations)
112 Bruce Kraus and Connor Raso, Rational Boundaries for SEC Cost-Benefit Analysis, 30 Yale J. on Reg. 289 (2013)
113 Christina M. Sautter, Auction Theory and Standstills: Dealing with Friends and Foes in a Sale of Corporate Control, 64 Case W. Res. 521 (2013)
114 Colin Maher, Crisis Not Averted: Lack of Criminal Prosecutions Leave Limited Consequences for Those Responsible for the Financial Crisis, 39 New Eng. J. on Crim. & Civ. Confinement 459 (2013)
115 Cort Malmberg and Alison B. Miller, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, 50 Am. Crim. L. Rev. 1077 (2013)
116 Dana Brakman Reiser, Theorizing Forms for Social Enterprise, 62 Emory L.J. 681 (2013)
117 Daniel J. Morrissey, M&A Fiduciary Duties: Delaware’s Murky Jurisprudence, 58 Vill. L. Rev. 121 (2013)
118 David He, Beyond Securities Fraud: The Territorial Reach of U.S. Laws after Morrison v. N.A.B., 2013 Colum. Bus. L. Rev. 148 (2013)
119 David Keenan and Sabrina P. Shroff, Taking the Presumption Against Extraterritoriality Seriously in Criminal Cases after Morrison and Kiobel, 45 Loy. U. Chi. L.J. 71 (2013)
120 David Millon, Shareholder Social Responsibility, 36 Seattle U. L. Rev. 911 (2013) (2 citations)
121 Dionysia Katelouzou, Myths and Realities of Hedge Fund Activism: Some Empirical Evidence, 7 Va. L. & Bus. Rev. 459 (2013)
122 Douglas M. Branson, Proposals for Corporate Governance Reform: Six Decades of Ineptitude and Counting, 48 Wake Forest L. Rev. 673 (2013)
123 Edward Greene and Olivia Schmid, Duty-Free Insider Trading?, 2013 Colum. Bus. L. Rev. 369 (2013)
124 Elina M. Lae, Board Independence in Light of the Murdoch News Corporation Scandal, 11 DePaul Bus. & Comm. L.J. 169 (2013) (2 citations)
125 Emeka Duruigbo, Community Equity Participation in African Petroleum Ventures: Path to Economic Growth?, 35 N.C. Cent. L. Rev. 111 (2013)
126 Garrett F. Bishop and Michael A. Coffee, A Tale of Two Commissions: A Compendium of the Cost-Benefit Analysis Requirements Faced by the SEC & CFTC, 32 Rev. Banking & Fin. L. 565 (2013)
127 Grace Sweeney, Patent-Backed Securitization for Innovation and Economic Growth in the Life Sciences: A Proposal for Incremental Securities Law Reform, 11 Can. J. L. & Tech. 283 (2013)
128 Irina Sivachenko, Corporate Victims of “Victimless Crime”: How the FCPA’s Statutory Ambiguity, Coupled with Strict Liability, Hurst Businesses and Discourages Compliance, 54 B.C. L. Rev. 393 (2013)
129 J. Haskell Murray, Defending Patagonia: Mergers and Acquisitions with Benefit Corporations, 9 Hastings Bus. L.J. 485 (2013)
130 Jacques F. Baritot, Increasing Protection for Crowdfunding Investors Under the Jobs Act, 13 U.C. Davis Bus. L.J. 259 (2013)
131 Jeffrey Bingham, Scaling Chinese Walls: Insights from Aftra v. JPMorgan Chase, 4 Wm. & Mary Bus. L. Rev. 767 (2013)
132 John S. Beasley II, Randall S. Thomas, and Susan Watson, Should New Zealand Adopt Say on Pay, 19 NZBLQ 111 (2013)
133 Jonathan D. Guynn, The Political Economy of Financial Rulemaking after Business Roundtable, 99 Va. L. Rev. 641 (2013)
134 Joshua Mitts, A Private Ordering Solution to Blockholder Disclosure, 35 N.C. Cent. L. Rev. 203 (2013)
135 Lawrence A. Hamermesh and Peter I. Tsoflias, An Introduction to the Federalist Society’s Panelist Discussion Titled “Deregulating the Markets: The Jobs Act”, 38 Del. J. Corp. L. 453 (2013)
136 M. Todd Henderson, Self-Regulation for the Mortgage Industry, 2013 U. Chi. Legal F. 229 (2013)
137 Megan W. Shaner, Revisiting Omnicare: What Does Its Status 10 Years Later Tell Us?, 38 Iowa J. Corp. L. 865 (2013) (3 citations)
138 Mike Koehler, A Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Narrative, 22 Mich. St. J. Int’l L. 961 (2013)
139 Mohsen Manesh, Damning Dictum: The Default Duty Debate in Delaware, 39 Iowa J. Corp. L. 35 (2013)
140 Myanna Dellinger, Localizing Climate Change Action, 14 Minn. J.L. Sci. & Tech. 603 (2013)
141 Paul D. Carrington, Protecting the Right of Citizens to Aggregate Small Claims Against Businesses, 46 U. Mich. J.L. Reform 537 (2013)
142 R. Wai Wong, Through the Antitrust Looking Glass: A New Vision of Delaware’s Takeover-Defense Jurisprudence, 99 Va. L. Rev. 169 (2013)
143 Randall S. Thomas, What Should We Do about Multijurisdictional Litigation in M&A Deals?, 66 Vand. L. Rev. 1925 (2013)
144 Renatto Garcia, Re-Engineering Georgia’s Corporate DNA: A Benefit Analysis and Practicality Assessment for Benefit Corporation Legislation in Georgia, 6 J. Marshall L.J. 627 (2013)
145 Richard M. Hynes, Taxing Control, 38 Iowa J. Corp. L. 567 (2013)
146 Robert B. Thompson and Donald C. Langevoort, Redrawing the Public-Private Boundaries in Entrepreneurial Capital Raising, 98 Cornell L. Rev. 1573 (2013)
147 Ronald J. Gilson and Jeffrey N. Gordon, The Agency Costs of Agency Capitalism: Activist Investors and the Revaluation of Governance Rights, 113 Colum. L. Rev. 863 (2013) (2 citations)
148 Seth Chertok, The Rise of the Dodd-Frank Act: How Dodd-Frank Will Likely Impact Private Equity Real Estate, 16 U. Pa. J. Bus. L. 97 (2013)
149 Stephen M. Bainbridge, Reforming Libor: Wheatley versus the Alternatives, 9 N.Y.U. J.L. & Bus. 789 (2013)
150 Thomas G. James, Far from the Maddening Crowd: Does the Jobs Act Provide Meaningful Redress to Small Investors for Securities Fraud in Connection with Crowdfunding Offerings?, 54 B.C. L. Rev. 1767 (2013)
151 Tim Bakken, Dodd-Frank’s Caveat Emptor: New Criminal Liability for Individuals and Corporations, 48 Wake Forest L. Rev. 1173 (2013)
152 Tyce Walters, Regulatory Lies and Section 6(C)(2): The Promise and Pitfalls of the CFTC’s New False Statement Authority, 32 Yale L. & Pol’y Rev. 335 (2013)
153 Adriana Henquen, Supreme Court Considering End to Fraud-on-the-Market Securities Litigation, 33 Rev. Banking & Fin. L. 473 (2014)
154 Alexander Coley, When is a Belief or Opinion False? Indiana State District Council v. Omnicare and the Contested § 11 Pleading Standard, 5 Cal. L. Rev. Circuit 336 (2014)
155 Alexandros Seretakis, Hedge Fund Activism Coming to Europe: Lessons from the American Experience, 8 Brook. J. Corp. Fin. & Com. L. 438 (2014) (3 citations)
156 Alyssa Wanser, The Facebook Status that Spread an SEC Investigation: Regulation Fair Disclosure and the Growth of Social Media, 30 Touro L. Rev. 723 (2014)
157 Amanda Carrigan, Australian Corporate CEOs are Less Powerful than They Once Were, 2014 AJCL LEXIS 2 (2014)
158 Amy McIntire, Dodd-Frank’s Risk Retention Requirement: The Incentive Problem, 33 No. 5 Banking & Fin. Services Pol’y Rep. 5 (2014)
159 Andre Douglas Pond Cummings, Steven A. Ramirez, and Cheryl L. Wade, Toward a Critical Corporate Law Pedagogy and Scholarship, 92 Wash. U. L. Rev. 397 (2014)
160 Anne M. Tucker, The Short Road Home to Delaware: Boilermakers Local 154 Retirement Fund v. Chevron, 7 J. Bus. Entrepreneurship & L. 467 (2014)
161 Anthony J. Casey, Auction Design for Claims Trading, 22 Am. Bankr. Inst. L. Rev. 133 (2014)
162 Bernice Grant, Independent Yet Captured: Compensation Committee Independence after Dodd-Frank, 65 Hastings L.J. 761 (2014) (2 citations)
163 Bryce C. Tingle, Bad Company! The Assumptions behind Proxy Advisors’ Voting Recommendations, 37 Dalhousie L.J. 709 (2014)
164 Daniel J. Grimm, Traversing the Minefield: Joint Ventures and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, 9 Va. L. & Bus. Rev. 91 (2014)
165 David A. Hyman and William E. Kovacic, Why Who Does What Matters: Governmental Design and Agency Performance, 82 Geo. Wash. L. Rev. 1446 (2014)
166 George W. Dent, Jr., A Defense of Proxy Advisors, 2014 Mich. St. L. Rev. 1287 (2014) (2 citations)
167 Gwynne L. Skinner, Beyond Kiobel: Providing Access to Judicial Remedies for Violations of International Human Rights Norms by Transnational Business in a New (Post-Kiobel) World, 46 Colum. Hum. Rts. L. Rev. 158 (2014)
168 Joseph K. Leahy, Are Corporate Super PAC Contributions Waste or Self-Dealing? A Closer Look, 79 Mo. L. Rev. 283 (2014)
169 Joseph W. Yockey, Does Social Enterprise Law Matter?, 66 Ala. L. Rev. 767 (2014)
170 Marcel Kahan and Edward Rock, Symbolic Corporate Governance Politics, 94 B.U. L. Rev. 1997 (2014)
171 Marietta Jo and Sarah L. Reid, Foreign Investors and Foreign Banks Can Breathe a Little Easier as the Madoff Trustee’s Efforts to Claw Back Foreign Transfers are Rebuffed
172 Megan Wischmeier Shaner, How “Bad Law, Bad Economics and Bad Policy” Positively Shaped Corporate Behavior, 47 Akron L. Rev. 753 (2014) (2 citations)
173 Michael A. Losco, Streamlining the Corruption Defense: A Proposed Framework for FCPA-ICSID Interaction, 63 Duke L.J. 1201 (2014)
174 Michael C. Macciarola, Response: Tilting at Insider Trading Windmills, 163 U. Pa. L. Rev. Online 61 (2014)
175 Michael R. Siebecker, Bridging Troubled Waters: Linking Corporate Efficiency and Political Legitimacy Through a Discourse Theory of the Firm, 75 Ohio St. L.J. 103 (2014)
176 Michele DeStefano, Creating a Culture of Compliance: Why Departmentalization May Not be the Answer, 10 Hastings Bus. L.J. 71 (2014)
177 Michele Gilman, A Court for the One Percent: How the Supreme Court Contributes to Economic Inequality, 2014 Utah L. Rev. 389 (2014)
178 Paul H. Edelman, Randall S. Thomas, and Robert B. Thompson, Shareholder Voting in an Age of Intermediary Capitalism, 87 S. Cal. L. Rev. 1359 (2014)
179 Robert T. Miller, The RMBS Put-Back Litigations and the Efficient Allocation of Endogenous Risk Over Time, 34 Rev. Banking & Fin. L. 255 (2014)
180 Rwan El-Khatib, Kathy Fogel, and Ciara Torres-Spelliscy, Running the D.C. Circuit Gauntlet on Cost-Benefit Analysis after Citizens United: Empirical Evidence from Sarbanes-Oxley and the Jobs Act, 9 Duke J. Const. Law & Pub. Pol’y 135 (2014)
181 S. Ari Mushnell, The Orderly Liquidation Authority: Friend or Foe?, 131 Banking L.J. 3 (2014)
182 Sarah Bartle, Chris Chamberlain, and Brian Wohlberg, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, 51 Am. Crim. L. Rev. 1265 (2014) (2 citations)
183 Seth Davis, The False Promise of Fiduciary Government, 89 Notre Dame L. Rev. 1145 (2014)
184 Sonia A. Steinway, SEC “Monetary Penalties Speak Very Loudly,” But What Do They Say? A Critical Analysis of the SEC’s New Enforcement Approach, 124 Yale L.J. 209 (2014)
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588 Monica Tabales Maldonado and Alberto Tabales Maldonado, Compulsory Mediation in Cases of Mortgage Execution: Origin, Effect and Interrelation with the Loss Mitigation Process, 9 No. 1 U. Puerto Rico Bus. LJ 36 (2018)
589 Natalie Nowiski, Rising Above the Storm: Climate Risk Disclosure and Its Current and Future Relevance to the Energy Sector, 39 Energy L.J. 1 (2018)
590 Nate Crosser, Initial Coin Offerings as Investment Contracts: Are Blockchain Utility Tokens Securities?, 67 U. Kan. L. Rev. 379 (2018)
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614 Sungyong Kang, In Defense of the Global Regulation of a “Duty to Report Crime”, 57 Washburn L.J. 77 (2018)
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632 Allison Murray, Given Today’s New Wave of Protectionism, is Antitrust Law the Last Hope for Preserving a Free Global Economy or Another Nail in Free Trade’s Coffin?, 42 Loy. L.A. Int’l & Comp. L. Rev. 117 (2019)
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751 Maria Lucia Passador, The Woeful Inadequacy of Section 13(D): Time for a Paradigm Shift?, 13 Va. L. & Bus. Rev. 279 (2019 (6 citations)
752 Mark Fenwick, Wulf A. Kaal, and Erik P.M. Vermeulen, The “Unmediated” and “Tech-Driven” Corporate Governance of Today’s Winning Companies, 16 N.Y.U. J.L. & Bus. 75 (2019)
753 Matteo Gatti, Upsetting Deals and Reform Loop: Can Companies and M&A Law in Europe Adapt to the Market for Corporate Control?, 25 Colum. J. Eur. L. 1 (2019) (2 citations)
754 Matthew C. Turk and Karen E. Woody, Justice Kavanaugh, Lorenzo v. SEC, and the Post-Kennedy Supreme Court, 71 Admin. L. Rev. 193 (2019)
755 Matthew R. Lyon, The Trump Administration’s Response to the Blockchain Era, 70 Mercer L. Rev. 641 (2019)
756 Meredith Foster, Special Meetings and Consent Solicitations: How the Written-Consent Right Uniquely Empowers Shareholders, 128 Yale L.J. 1706 (2019) (5 citations)
757 Michael L. D’Ambrosio, Virtual Currency Regulation: From the Shadows of the Internet to the Floor of Congress, 19 Wake Forest J. Bus. & Intell. Prop. L. 243 (2019)
758 Michael Lichtmacher, Regulating Retirement: Understanding the Impact of New Best Interest and Fiduciary Standards on Retail Investors, 50 St. Mary’s L.J. 1059 (2019)
759 Michal Barzuza, Proxy Access for Board Diversity, 99 B.U. L. Rev. 1279 (2019)
760 Mike Koehler, Has the FCPA Been Successful in Achieving Its Objectives?, 2019 U. Ill. L. Rev. 1267 (2019)
761 Minor Myers and Justin Sevier, The Paradox of Executive Compensation Regulation, 44 Iowa J. Corp. L. 755 (2019)
762 Nathan Vrazel, Betting It All on the Flip of a Coin: Regulating Cryptocurrency Initial Coin Offerings and Protecting Investors, 60 S. Tex. L. Rev. 527 (2019)
763 Nathan Witkin, Executive Bargaining: CEOs Negotiating Their Pay with Employees for Corporate Efficiency, 29 Kan. J.L. & Pub. Pol’y 119 (2019)
764 Nick Werle, Prosecuting Corporate Crime When Firms are Too Big to Jail: Investigation, Deterrence, and Judicial Review, 128 Yale L.J. 1366 (2019)
765 Nicolena Farias-Eisner, Gender Diversity in Corporate Boardrooms: Do Equal Seats Mean Equal Voices, 13 J. Bus. Entrepreneurship & L. 1 (2019)
766 Noel Semple, Measuring Legal Service Value, 52 U.B.C. L. Rev. 943 (2019)
767 Omari Scott Simmons, Chancery’s Greatest Decision: Historical Insights on Civil Rights and the Future of Shareholder Activism, 76 Wash. & Lee L. Rev. 1259 (2019)
768 Patrick J. Gallagher, Going Public Secretly: The SEC’s Unavailing Effort to Increase Initial Public Offerings Through Confidential Registration, 2019 Colum. Bus. L. Rev. 305 (2019) (3 citations)
769 Paul H. Edelman, Wei Jiang, and Randall S. Thomas, Will Tenure Voting Give Corporate Managers Lifetime Tenure?, 97 Tex. L. Rev. 991 (2019)
770 Paul Rissman and Diana Kearney, Rise of the Shadow ESG Regulators: Investment Advisers, Sustainability Accounting, and Their Effects on Corporate Social Responsibility, 49 Envtl. L. Rep. News & Analysis 10155 (2019) (2 citations)
771 Peter Molk and Frank Partnoy, Institutional Investors as Short Sellers?, 99 B.U. L. Rev. 837 (2019)
772 Rachel G. Miller, A Practice Worth Ending: EPS Guidance Harming Long-Term Growth, 95 Notre Dame L. Rev. 445 (2019)
773 Renalia Smith DuBose, Compliance–A Major Change in Employment Opportunities for Law School Graduates Fueled by Major Changes in the Economic History of the United States, 35 W. Mich. U. T.M. Cooley L. Rev. 1 (2019)
774 Robert Bartlett, Matthew D. Cain, Jill E. Fisch, and Steven Davidoff Solomon, The Myth of Morrison: Securities Fraud Litigation Against Foreign Issuers, 74 Bus. Law. 967 (2019)
775 Roshaan Wasim, Corporate (Non)Disclosure of Climate Change Information, 119 Colum. L. Rev. 1311 (2019)
776 Roy Shapira, Mandatory Arbitration and the Market for Reputation, 99 B.U.L. Rev. 873 (2019) (3 citations)
777 Samuel N. Liebmann, Dazed and Confused: Revamping the SEC’s Unpredictable Calculation of Civil Penalties in the Technological Era, 69 Duke L.J. 429 (2019)
778 Sarah Dunn, What is the Benefit of Benefit Corporations?, 9 HLRe 82 (2019)
779 Sarah Jane Hughes, Property, Agency, and the Blockchain: New Technology and Longstanding Legal Paradigms, 65 Wayne L. Rev. 57 (2019)
780 Sarah Templin, Blocked-Chain: The Application of the Unauthorized Practice of Law to Smart Contracts, 32 Geo. J. Legal Ethics 957 (2019)
781 Saule T. Omarova, The “Too Big to Fail” Problem, 103 Minn. L. Rev. 2495 (2019)
782 Scott Hirst and Kobi Kastiel, Corporate Governance by Index Exclusion, 99 B.U. L. Rev. 1229 (2019) (5 citations)
783 Scott J. Schackelford, Should Cybersecurity be a Human Right? Exploring the ‘Shared Responsibility’ of Cyber Peace, 55 Stan. J. Int’l L. 155 (2019)
784 Scott J. Shackelford, Governing the Internet of Everything, 37 Cardozo Arts & Ent. L.J. 701 (2019)
785 Sean J. Griffith and Dorothy S. Lund, Conflicted Mutual Fund Voting in Corporate Law, 99 B.U. L. Rev. 1151 (2019) (2 citations)
786 Sebastian Grund and Mikael Stenström, A Sovereign Debt Restructuring Framework for the Euro Area, 42 Fordham Int’l. L.J. 795 (2019)
787 Serena Hamann, Effective Corporate Compliance: A Holistic Approach for the SEC and the DOJ, 94 Wash. L. Rev. 851 (2019)
788 Seth Cleary, Delaware Law, Friend or Foe? The Debate Surrounding Sandbagging and How Delaware’s Highest Court Should Rule on a Default Rule, 72 SMU L. Rev. 821 (2019) (2 citations)
789 Sharon Yadin, Regulatory Shaming, 49 Envtl. L. 407 (2019)
790 Sharon Yadin, Saving Lives through Shaming, 9 Harv. Bus. L. Rev. Online 57 (2019)
791 Spencer J. Nord, Blockchain Plumbing: A Potential Solution for Shareholder Voting?, 21 U. Pa. J. Bus. L. 706 (2019) (2 citations)
792 Stavros Gadinis and Amelia Miazad, The Hidden Power of Compliance, 103 Minn. L. Rev. 2135 (2019) (2 citations)
793 Stephanie J. Bagot, Cross-Border Mergers and Acquisitions: Transaction Challenges in Emerging Nations, 37 No. 5 ACC Docket 36 (2019)
794 Stetson Biggs, Celebreity Executives and Social Media: Are High Follower Counts Sufficient to Satisfy SEC Disclosure Obligations?, 9 Ariz. St. Sports & Ent. L.J. 107 (2019)
795 Steven A. Bank and George S. Georgiev, Securities Disclosure as Soundbite: The Case of CEO Pay Ratios, 60 B.C. L. Rev. 1123 (2019)
796 Susan N. Gary, Best Interests in the Long Term: Fiduciary Duties and ESG Integration, 90 U. Colo. L. Rev. 731 (2019) (5 citations)
797 Thomas A. Lambert and Michael E. Sykuta, The Case for Doing Nothing about Institutional Investors’ Common Ownership of Small Stakes in Competing Firms, 13 Va. L. Bus. Rev. 213 (2019)
798 Thomas H. Wilson and J. Robert Sheppard, III, In Memory of Sergei Magnitsky: A Lawyer’s Role in Promoting and Protecting International Human Rights, 41 Hous. J. Int’l L. 343 (2019) (2 citations)
799 Timothy L. Fort and Melissa Latini, The Duty to Establish, Monitor, and Enforce: How Today’s Corporate Compliance Standards Provide a Workable Model to Limit Defamation and Protect First Amendment Freedoms, 33 Notre Dame J.L. Ethics & Pub. Pol’y 35 (2019)
800 Usha R. Rodrigues, Law and the Blockchain, 104 Iowa L. Rev. 679 (2019)
801 Veronica Root Martinez, Combating Silence in the Profession, 105 Va. L. Rev. 805 (2019)
802 Virginia Harper Ho, From Public Policy to Materiality: Non-Financial Reporting, Shareholder Engagement, and Rule 14A-8’s Ordinary Business Exception, 76 Wash. & Lee L. Rev. 1231 (2019)
803 W. Randy Eaddy, A Case for Eliminating Quarterly Periodic Reporting: Addressing the Malady of Short-Termism in U.S. Markets with Real Medicine, 74 Bus. Law. 387 (2019)
804 William S. Laufer and Matthew Caulfield, Wall Street and Progressivism, 37 Yale J. on Reg. Bulletin 36 (2019)
805 Yaniv Heled, Liza Vertinksy, and Cass Brewer, Why Healthcare Companies Should Be(come) Benefit Corporations, 60 B.C. L. Rev. 73 (2019)
806 Yaron Nili, Beyond the Numbers: Substantive Gender Diversity in Boardrooms, 94 Ind. L.J. 145 (2019) (14 citations)
807 Yaron Nili, Successor CEOs, 99 B.U. L. Rev. 787 (2019) (6 citations)
808 Yifat Aran, Making Disclosure Work for Start-Up Employees, 2019 Colum. Bus. L. Rev. 867 (2019)
809 Young Ran Kim and Geeyoung Min, Insulation by Separation: When Dual-Class Stock Met Corporate Spin-Offs, 10 U.C. Irvine L. Rev. 1 (2019) (2 citations)
810 Zohar Goshen and Sharon Hannes, The Death of Corporate Law, 94 N.Y.U. L. Rev. 263 (2019) (9 citations)
811 Christine Hurt, Regulating Compensation, 6 Ohio St. Entrepreneurial Bus. L.J. 21 (2010-2011)
812 Emeka Duruigbo, Tackling Shareholder Short-Termism and Managerial Myopia, 100 Ky. L.J. 531 (2011-2012) (2 citations)
813 Cory Howard, The Need for Federal Pre-Emption of Executive Compensation Reform: How Corporate Governance and Economic Justice Objectives are Only Achievable through Comprehensive Federal Regulation of Executive Compensation, 47 Rev. Juridica U. Inter. P.R. 749 (2012-2013)
814 Lyman Johnson, Emerging Issues in Social Enterprise: Pluralism in Corporate Form: Corporate Law and Benefit Corps., 25 Regent U.L. Rev. 269 (2012-2013)
815 Janet Austin, Protecting Market Integrity in an Era of Fragmentation and Cross-Border Trading, 46 Ottawa L. Rev. 25 (2014-2015)
816 Alexander I. Platt, SEC Administrative Proceedings: Backlash and Reform, 71 Bus. Law. 1 (2015-2016)
817 Allen K. Barrett, The Continuing Legacy of Enron: Whistleblowing under the Sarbanes-Oxley Act after Lawson v. FMR LLC, 21 Suffolk J. Trial & App. Advoc. 109 (2015-2016)
818 Vanessa Wong, Halliburton v. Erica John P. Fund, Inc., Fraud-on-the-Market Presumption of Reliance Established; What Now?, 43 Rutgers L. Rec. 148 (2015-2016) (3 citations)
819 Christian W. Borek, Regulation A+: Navigating Equity-Based Crowdfunding Under Title IV of The Jobs Act, 47 Cumb. L. Rev. 143 (2016-2017)
820 Alexander M. Nourafshan, From the Closet to the Boardroom: Regulating LGBT Diversity on Corporate Boards, 81 Alb. L. Rev. 439 (2017-2018)
821 Matthew Schoenfeld, The High Cost of Fewer Appraisal Claims in 2017: Premia Down, Agency Costs Up, 8 Harv. Bus. L. Rev. Online 1 (2017-2018)
822 Wonnie Song, Bullish on Blockchain: Examining Delaware’s Approach to Distributed Ledger Technology in Corporate Governance Law and Beyond, 8 Harv. Bus. L. Rev. Online 9 (2017-2018) (2 citations)
823 Wulf A. Kaal and Craig Calcaterra, Crypto Transaction Dispute Resolution, 73 Bus. Law. 109 (2017-2018)
824 Akshaya Kamalnath, Corporate Governance Case for Board Gender Diversity: Evidence from Delaware Cases, 82 Alb. L. Rev. 23 (2018-2019) (2 citations)
825 Brian MacNiven, Initial Coin Offerings: Striking a Balance between Protecting Investors and Fostering Growth, 14 Rutgers Bus. L. Rev. 1 (2018-2019)
826 Christopher N. Soares, The Whistleblower Protection Statute: Its Impact on Chief Compliance Officers, 46 Rutgers L. Rec. 73 (2018-2019) (2 citations)
827 Donald Pierce, Protecting the Voice of Retail Investors: Implementation of a Blockchain Proxy Voting Platform, 14 Retugers Bus. L. Rev. 1 (2018-2019)
828 Paul Brest, Ronald J. Gilson, and Mark A. Wolfson, How Investors Can (and Can’t) Create Social Value, 44 J. Corp. L. 205 (2018-2019) (3 citations)
829 Marco Dell’Erba, Stablecoins in Cryptoeconomics: From Initial Coin Offerings to Central Bank Digital Currencies, 22 N.Y.U. J. Legis. & Pub. Pol’y 1 (2019-2020)
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