Volume 7, Issue 2 (Spring 2011)

PROCEEDINGS OF THE 2011 ANNUAL SYMPOSIUM:
Regulatory Reform and the Future of the U.S. Financial System: An Examination of the Dodd-Frank Regulation

 

Keynote Address: The SEC, Dodd-Frank, and Modern Capital Markets

Henry T. C. Hu

Panel 1: Derivative Regulation

Moderator: William T. Allen

Panelists: Thomas C. Baxter, Jr., H. Rodgin Cohen, Richard K. Kim,

Annette L. Nazareth, Lawrence J. White

Panel 2: Banking Reform

Moderator: Ryan Bubb

Panelists: Thomas C. Baxter, Jr., H. Rodgin Cohen, Richard K. Kim,

Annette L. Nazareth, Lawrence J. White

Panel 3: The Future of Fannie Mae & Freddie Mac

Moderator: Mark A. Willis

Panelists: Viral V. Acharya, Jason H.P. Kravitt, Brian O’Reilly,

Greg Reiter, Susan Wachter

 

ACADEMIC ARTICLES

 

A Japanese CalPERS or a New Model for Institutional Investor Activism? Japan’s Pension Fund Association and the Emergence of Shareholder Activism in Japan

Bruce E. Aronson

Taming or Protecting the Modern Corporation? Shareholder-Stakeholder Debates in a Comparative Light

Martin Gelter

The Taylor Swift Paradox: Superstardom, Excessive Advertising and Blanket Licenses

Ivan Reidel

PRACTITIONER NOTES

 

Complexity and its Discontents: Recurring Legal Concerns with Structured Products

Michael Bennett

Recent Developments in the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and the New UK Bribery Act: A Global Trend Towards Greater Accountability in the Prevention of Foreign Bribery

Jon Jordan

STUDENT NOTES

 

Whistleblower Protection Legislation of the East and West: Can It Really Reduce Corporate Fraud and Improve Corporate Governance? A Study of the Successes and Failures of Whistleblower Protection Legislation in the US and China 

Rachel Beller

The US and Italy: Controlling Shareholders’ Fiduciary Duties in Freeze Out Mergers and Tender Offers

Leonardo Pinta

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