rethinking insider trading regulation May 11, 2015Posted by Bradley in : jotwell , add a comment
My new post at Jotwell: Caroline Bradley, Rethinking Insider Trading Regulation, JOTWELL (May 11, 2015) (reviewing Yesha Yadav, Insider Trading in Derivatives Markets, 103 Georgetown L.J. 381 (2015) and Yesha Yadav, Structural Insider Trading, Vanderbilt Law and Economics Research Paper No. 15-8 (March 27, 2015)), http://corp.jotwell.com/rethinking-insider-trading-regulation/.
jotwell: coslovsky & locke on global supply chains December 6, 2013Posted by Bradley in : jotwell , add a comment
My latest Jotwell contribution, discussing Salo V. Coslovsky & Richard M. Locke, Parallel Paths to Enforcement: Private Compliance, Public Regulation, and Labor Standards in the Brazilian Sugar Sector, 41 Pol & Soc 496 (2013) is here.
jotwell: review of kraus and raso November 13, 2012Posted by Bradley in : jotwell , add a comment
corporate jotwell: december 2011 December 12, 2011Posted by Bradley in : jotwell , add a comment
jotwell: rosen recommends langevoort April 20, 2011Posted by Bradley in : jotwell , add a comment
In today’s corporate jotwell post, Rob Rosen recommends Donald C. Langevoort, Chasing the Greased Pig Down Wall Street: A Gatekeeper’s Guide to the Psychology, Culture and Ethics of Financial Risk-taking, Cornell L. Rev. (forthcoming).
jotwell: woo recommends ayotte & skeel March 10, 2011Posted by Bradley in : jotwell , add a comment
jotwell: bradley recommends affolder February 7, 2011Posted by Bradley in : jotwell , add a comment
In today’s Jotwell corporate law posting I’m recommending Natasha Affolder’s article: The Market for Treaties 11 Chicago J. Int’l L. 159 (2010).
gordon smith recommends john armour January 7, 2011Posted by Bradley in : jotwell , add a comment
In the latest Jotwell Corporate Law post.
jotwell November 23, 2009Posted by Bradley in : jotwell , comments closed
My first jotwell post is up.
jotwell call for papers October 31, 2009Posted by Bradley in : jotwell , comments closed
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