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Corporate Governance In Pakistan: Analysis Of Current Challenges And Recommendations For Future Reforms, Ali Adnan Ibrahim Jan 2006

Corporate Governance In Pakistan: Analysis Of Current Challenges And Recommendations For Future Reforms, Ali Adnan Ibrahim

Washington University Global Studies Law Review

This Article outlines the legal superstructure governing corporations in Pakistan. It identifies problems with the current legal regime and makes recommendations for future reforms.


A Cognitive Theory Of Trust, Claire A. Hill, Erin Ann O'Hara Jan 2006

A Cognitive Theory Of Trust, Claire A. Hill, Erin Ann O'Hara

Washington University Law Review

Interpersonal trust is currently receiving widespread attention in theacademy. A fast-growing legal literature can draw insights from trust scholars in several other fields, including sociology, psychology,
political science, economics, neuroscience, medicine, and management to explore the effects of legal policy on the nature of trust in interpersonal relationships. The issues are fundamental and worthy of more serious exploration: To what extent do legal rules, cases, and law enforcement efforts enhance or detract from the trust present in relationships? How can a better understanding of trust help us devise tools to improve human social and economic interactions?


Co-Blogging Law, Eric Goldman Jan 2006

Co-Blogging Law, Eric Goldman

Washington University Law Review

Bloggers often work collaboratively with other bloggers, a phenomenon I call “co-blogging.” The decision to co-blog may seem casual, but it can have significant and unexpected legal consequences for the co-bloggers. This Article looks at some of these consequences under partnership law, employment law, and copyright law and explains how each of these legal doctrines can lead to counterintuitive results. The Article then discusses some recommendations to mitigate the harshness of these results.