Volume 32

2007                Volume 32              Number 3

Articles

Monitoring Caremark’s Good Faith
By: Hillary A. Sale

Shame Sanctions and Excessive CEO Pay
By: Sandeep Gopalan

Dr. Jones and the Raiders of Lost Capital: Hedge Fund Regulation, Part II, a Self-Regulation Proposal
By: J.W. Verret

Comments

Applying the Reorganization Test to Pension Plans in the Aggregate: Was the Third Circuit Correct?
By: Matthew R. Altomare

United States v. Stein: Has the “Perfect Storm” Led to a Sea Change?
By: Joan-Alice M. Burn

Note

Scrubbing the Book Green: a Temporal Evaluation of Corporate Environmental Disclosure Requirements
By: Michael J. Viscuso

Unreported Cases

Unreported Cases

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2007                Volume 32              Number 2

Articles

The Special Interest Race to CEO Primacy and the End of Corporate Governance Law
By: Steven A. Ramirez 

The Economics of Fiduciary Accountability
By: Robert Flannigan 

Of Fine Lines, Blunt Instruments, and Halth-Truths: Business Acquisition Agreements and the Right to Lie
By: Jeffrey M. Lipshaw

The House of Mouse and Beyond: Assessing the SEC’s Efforts to Regulate Executive Compensation
By: Jennifer S. Martin

Unreported Cases

Unreported Cases

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2007                Volume 32              Number 1

Articles

Judicial Scrutiny of Fiduciary Duties in Delaware Limited Partnerships and Limited Liability Companies
By: Myron T. Steele

Strangers in the House: Rethinking Sarbanes-Oxley and the Independent Board of Directors
By: Eric M. Fogel & Andrew M. Geier 

Three Concepts of the Independent Director
By: Donald C. Clarke 

Classified Boards and Firm Value
By: Michael D. Frakes 

Legitimacy and Corporate Governance
By: Cary Coglianese

Unreported Cases

Unreported Cases