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The United States' Approach To International Civil Litigation: Recent Developments In Forum Selection, Stephen B. Burbank Apr 1998

The United States' Approach To International Civil Litigation: Recent Developments In Forum Selection, Stephen B. Burbank

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Recent Trends In Merger Enforcement In The United States: The Increasing Impact Of Economic Analysis, Robert H. Lande, James Langenfeld Jan 1998

Recent Trends In Merger Enforcement In The United States: The Increasing Impact Of Economic Analysis, Robert H. Lande, James Langenfeld

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From its modern origins more than thirty years ago federal merger policy has centered around the use of standard surrogates for market power to make presumptions about the likely effects of mergers. Since that time it has been evolving towards an increasingly complex approach as economic considerations have expanded their influence on merger policy. This trend was solidified in the 1982 revision of the Department of Justice's Merger Guidelines, accelerated by the Department of Justice and Federal Trade Commission 1992 Horizontal Merger Guidelines' increased emphasis on unilateral (as opposed to collusive) anticompetitive effects, and has reached new heights in the …


Posner's Economic Approach To Comparative Law, William Ewald Jan 1998

Posner's Economic Approach To Comparative Law, William Ewald

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Bargaining In The Shadow Of The Market: Is There A Future For Egalitarian Marriage?, Amy L. Wax Jan 1998

Bargaining In The Shadow Of The Market: Is There A Future For Egalitarian Marriage?, Amy L. Wax

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Reconsidering Insurance For Punitive Damages, Tom Baker Jan 1998

Reconsidering Insurance For Punitive Damages, Tom Baker

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Bankruptcy Judges And Bankruptcy Venue: Some Thoughts On Delaware, David A. Skeel Jr. Jan 1998

Bankruptcy Judges And Bankruptcy Venue: Some Thoughts On Delaware, David A. Skeel Jr.

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Collective Bargaining Over Asset Restructuring, Edward B. Rock, Michael L. Wachter Jan 1998

Collective Bargaining Over Asset Restructuring, Edward B. Rock, Michael L. Wachter

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Migration As International Trade: The Economic Gains From The Liberalized Movement Of Labor, Howard F. Chang Jan 1998

Migration As International Trade: The Economic Gains From The Liberalized Movement Of Labor, Howard F. Chang

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An Evolutionary Theory Of Corporate Law And Corporate Bankruptcy, David A. Skeel Jr. Jan 1998

An Evolutionary Theory Of Corporate Law And Corporate Bankruptcy, David A. Skeel Jr.

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In this Article, Professor Skeel argues that the important recent literature exploring historical and political influences on American corporate law has neglected a crucial component of corporate governance: corporate bankruptcy. Only by appreciating the complementary relationship between corporate law and corporate bankruptcy can we understand how corporate governance operates in any given nation. To show this, the Article contrasts American corporate governance with that of Japan and Germany. America's market-driven corporate governance can only function effectively if the bankruptcy framework includes a manager-driven reorganization option. The relational shareholding that characterizes Japanese and German corporate governance, by contrast, requires a much …


Can Internet Offerings Bridge The Small Business Capital Barrier?, Jill E. Fisch Jan 1998

Can Internet Offerings Bridge The Small Business Capital Barrier?, Jill E. Fisch

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Internet technology offers the potential to reduce the search and information costs associated with capital formation. Commentators have suggested that the Web will enable small business to achieve better access to the capital markets. To facilitate this access, they have suggested regulatory reforms to make internet offerings cheaper and easier. At the same time, small business offerings have been identified as among the most risky, offering a caution to those who counsel regulatory reform. This article examines the existing regulatory climate. State and federal regulators have adopted a number of recent reforms to facilitate the use of the internet and …


The Evidentiary Theory Of Blackmail: Taking Motives Seriously, Mitchell N. Berman Jan 1998

The Evidentiary Theory Of Blackmail: Taking Motives Seriously, Mitchell N. Berman

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