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Panel II: Corporate Finance
Journal of Business & Technology Law Symposia
  • John Olson, Gibson Dunn & Crutcher
  • Richard A. Booth, University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law
  • Faith Kahn, New York Law School
  • Jerry Markham, Florida International University College of Law
  • Mark Lowenstein, University of Colorado School of Law
  • Charles Elson, University of Delaware
  • Julian Velasco, Notre Dame Law School
Start Date
13-10-2006 11:00 AM
End Date
13-10-2006 12:30 PM
Although proposed reforms in governance and oversight have tended to dominate the news, there has been significant action in the area of finance. The SEC and the accounting profession have adopted new rules relating to executive compensation, and the Supreme Court has rendered a series of important decisions relating to securities fraud class actions. While these developments may have the effect of limiting the applicability and evolution of state law in this area, they also reveal fundamental weaknesses in the federal approach. Moderator: John Olson Panelists: Richard Booth – Securities Fraud, Insider Trading, and Derivative Actions Faith Kahn – Federalism, Fraud, and Freeze Out Transactions Jerry Markham – Executive Compensation Mark Lowenstein – The Supreme Court and the Federalization of Corporate Law Comment: Charles Elson Julian Velasco
Citation Information
John Olson, Richard A. Booth, Faith Kahn, Jerry Markham, et al.. "Panel II: Corporate Finance" (2006)
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