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2014

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Unfit For Duty: The Officer And Director Bar As A Remedy For Fraud, Renee M. Jones Aug 2014

Unfit For Duty: The Officer And Director Bar As A Remedy For Fraud, Renee M. Jones

Boston College Law School Faculty Papers

Many commentators have questioned the efficacy of the SEC’s enforcement program in the aftermath of the 2008 financial crisis. Some criticize the agency for allowing corporate defendants to settle charges without admitting or denying liability. Others dispute the impact of astronomical fines levied against too-big-to-fail financial institutions. Still others urge prosecutors to bring criminal charges against those who led the failed financial firms to ruin. This Article, written for a symposium on SEC enforcement, focuses attention on an underutilized weapon in the SEC’s arsenal: the power to bar officers and directors of public companies from future service in ...


Amended Brief Of Professor Nancy Gertner And Professor Kent Greenfield As Amici Curiae In Support Of Plaintiff, Louisiana Municipal Police Employees' Retirement System V. The Hershey Company, C.A. No. 7996-Ml, Nancy Gertner, Kent Greenfield Mar 2014

Amended Brief Of Professor Nancy Gertner And Professor Kent Greenfield As Amici Curiae In Support Of Plaintiff, Louisiana Municipal Police Employees' Retirement System V. The Hershey Company, C.A. No. 7996-Ml, Nancy Gertner, Kent Greenfield

Boston College Law School Faculty Papers

Amicus brief filed by Nancy Gertner and Kent Greenfield in the case of Louisiana Municipal Police Employees' Retirement System v. The Hershey Company, C.A. No. 7996-ML.


Unfit For Duty: The Officer And Director Bar As A Remedy For Fraud, Renee M. Jones Jan 2014

Unfit For Duty: The Officer And Director Bar As A Remedy For Fraud, Renee M. Jones

Boston College Law School Faculty Papers

Many commentators have questioned the efficacy of the SEC’s enforcement program in the aftermath of the 2008 financial crisis. Some criticize the agency for allowing corporate defendants to settle charges without admitting or denying liability. Others dispute the impact of astronomical fines levied against too-big-to-fail financial institutions. Still others urge prosecutors to bring criminal charges against those who led the failed financial firms to ruin. This Article, written for a symposium on SEC enforcement, focuses attention on an underutilized weapon in the SEC’s arsenal: the power to bar officers and directors of public companies from future service in ...


The Third Way: Beyond Shareholder Or Board Primacy, Kent Greenfield Jan 2014

The Third Way: Beyond Shareholder Or Board Primacy, Kent Greenfield

Boston College Law School Faculty Papers

There is a third possibility in corporate governance: real duties imposed on boards, but which run to all the company's stakeholders not just shareholders.


Corporate Citizenship: Goal Or Fear?, Kent Greenfield Jan 2014

Corporate Citizenship: Goal Or Fear?, Kent Greenfield

Boston College Law School Faculty Papers

Discusses the conflicting opinions about corporate "citizenship." Should corporations be insulated from politics or a part of it?