Past Publications

12 Berkeley Bus L.J. 1 (2015)

Jay A. Mitchell, Putting some product into work-product: corporate lawyers learning from designers

Andrew B. Dawson, The Problem of Local Methods in Cross-Border Insolvencies

Sandeep Vaheesan, Reconsidering Brooke Group: Predatory Pricing in Light of the Empirical Learning

Karen Halverson Cross, The Extraterritorial Reach of Sovereign Debt Enforcement

Gil Lan, Insights from China for the United States: Shadow Banking, Economic Development, and Financial Systems

11 Berkeley Bus L.J. 1 (2014)

Hanjo Hamann, Unpacking the Board A Comparative and Empirical Perspective on Corporate Decision-Making

Browning Jefferies, The Plaintiff’s Lawyer’s Transaction Tax: The New Cost of Doing Business in Public Company Deals

Thomas K. Cheng, An Economic Analysis of Limited Shareholder Liability in Contractual Claims

Arthur W.S. Duff, Central Bank Independence and Macroprudential Policy: A Critical Look at the U.S. Financial Stability Framework

10 Berkeley Bus L.J. 2 (2014)

Jeffrey M. Lipshaw, Dissecting the Two-Handed Lawyer: Thinking Versus Action in Business Lawyering

Sharon OdedCorporate Monitors: Toward an Efficient Targeted Monitoring Policy

Ian K. Peck, Is Self-Regulation the Answer? Assessing the Proposal for Finra Oversight of Investment Advisers

David G. Yosifon, The Law of Corporate Purpose

10 Berkeley Bus L.J. 1 (2013)

Ronald S. Betman and Jonathan R. Law, The (Too) Long Arm of the S.E.C.: When a Foreign Employee of a U.S.-Based Multinational Financial Services Client is Threatened with a Subpoena

Mercer Bullard, Caremark’s Irrelevance

Matthew A. Melone, The Section 83(b) Election and the Fallacy of “Earned Income”

Josephine Sandler Nelson and Richard O. Parry, Protecting Employee Rights and Prosecuting Corporate Crime: A Proposal for Criminal Cumis Counsel

9 Berkeley Bus. L.J. 1 & 2 (2012)

Dan W. Puchniak, The Derivative Action in Asia: A Complex Reality

Nizan Geslevich Pakin, The Case Against Dodd-Frank Act’s Living Wills: Contingency Planning Following the Financial Crisis

Faith Rivers James, Nonprofit Pluralism and the Public Trust: Constructing a Transparent Accountable, and Culturally Competent Board Governance Paradigm

Eleanor Lumsden, Securing Mobile Technology & Financial Transactions in the United States

Carl J. Circo, Teaching Transactional Skills in Partnership with the Bar

Umakanth Varottil, Microfinance and the Corporate Governance Conundrum

8 Berkeley Bus. L.J. 1 (Fall 2010)

Patrick J. Glen, Law as Asymmetric Information: Theory, Application, and Results in the Context of Foreign Direct Investment in Real Estate.

Amnon Lehavi & Benito Arrunada, Prime Property Institutions for a Subprime Era: Toward Innovative Models of Homeownership.

Robert F. Weber, Combating the Teleological Drift of Life Insurance Solvency Regulation: The Case for a Meta-Risk Management Approach to Principles-Based Reserving.

Caitlin Hall, The Death of a Defense: How Derivatives Spell the End of the Good Faith Defense to Fraudulent Transfer Actions in Business Bankruptcies.

7 Berkeley Bus. L.J. 1 (Spring 2009)

John H. Matheson, Why Courts Pierce: An Empirical Study of Piercing the Corporate Veil

Vijay Sekhon, Valuation of Reverse Termination Options in Mergers and Acquisitions

Nan S. Ellis, Lisa M. Fairchild, and Harold D. Fletcher, The NYSE Response to Specialist Misconduct: An Example of the Failure of Self-Regulation

Stephen Rushin, Warning Labels and FCC Regulations: The New Legal and Business Frontier for Cell Phone Manufacturers

Michael Serota, (Mis)Interpreting SLUSA: Closing the Jurisdictional Loophole in Federal Securities Class Actions

6 Berkeley Bus. L.J. 1 & 2 (Double Issue 2008-2009)

Vol. 1

Adam B. Badawai, Interpretive Preferences and the Limits of the New Formalism

Darren Rosenblum, Feminizing Capital: A Corporate Imperative

Michael Simkovic, The Effect of Mandatory Disclosure on Open-Market Stock Repurchases

Vol. 2

Charles W. Murdock, Corporate Corruption and the Complicity of Congress and the Supreme Court – The Tortuous Path from Central Bank to Stoneridge Investment Partners

David Rosenberg, Supplying the Adverb: The Future of Corporate Risk-Taking and the Business Judgment Rule

Houman B. Shadab, The Law and Economics of Hedge Funds: Financial Innovation and Investor Protection

Daniel F. Spulber, Discovering the Role of the Firm: The Separation Criterion and Corporate Law

5 Berkeley Bus. L.J. 2 (Fall 2008)

Michael E. Murphy, The Nominating Process for Corporate Boards of Directors: A Decision-Making Analysis

Dan W. Puchniak, The Efficiency of Friendliness: Japanese Corporate Governance Succeeds Again Without Hostile Takeovers

Harwell Wells, The Rise of the Close Corporation and the Making of Corporation Law

Mo Zhang, From Public to Private: The Newly Enacted Chinese Property Law and the Protection of Property Rights in China

4 Berkeley Bus. L.J. 2 (Fall 2007)

Cally Jordan & Pamela Hughes, Which Way for Market Institutions: The Fundamental Question of Self-Regulation

Dr. Hui Huang, The Statutory Derivative Action in China: Critical Analysis and Recommendations for Reform

Seth Spaulding Gomm, In Re. Qwest Communications International, Inc.: The Tenth Circuit Hangs up the Phone on Qwest’s Petition for Selective Waiver, but the Line is Not Dead

5 Berkeley Bus. L.J. 1 (Spring 2008)

Jo Carrillo, Dangerous Loans: Consumer Challenges to Adjustable Rate mortgages

Elise N. Rindfleisch, Shareholder Proposals: A Catalyst for Climate Change-Related Disclosure, Analysis, and Action?

Yaad Rotem, Pursuing Preservation of Pre-Bankruptcy Entitlements: Corporate Bankruptcy Law’s Self-Executing Mechanisms

1 Berkeley Bus. L.J. 1 (Spring 2004)

Margaret M. BlairReforming Corporate Governance: What History Can Teach Us

Stephen J. ChoiA Framework for the Regulation of Securities Market Intermediaries

A.C. PritchardTender Offers by Controlling Shareholders: The Specter of Coercion and Fair Price

Merritt B. FoxMeasuring Share Price Accuracy

William A. Klein & Mitu Gulati, Economic Organization in the Construction Industry: A Case Study of Collaborative Production Under High Uncertainty

Jeffrey R. BolesBook Review: Corporate Reform: The Locus of Control –  Corporate Aftershock: The Public Policy Lessons from the Collapse of Enron and other Major Corporations

Kenneth K. Hsu, Book Review: A Familiar Manifesto: Wall Street on Trial: A Corrupted State

4 Berkeley Bus. L.J. 1 (Spring 2007)

Richard A. Booth, The End of the Securities Fraud Class Action as We Know It

D. Daniel Sokol, Monopolists Without Borders: The Institutional Challenge of International Antitrust in a Global Gilded Age

James M. Falvey & Andrew N. Kleit, Commodity Exchanges and Antitrust

Daniel C. Davis, Omnicare v. NCS Healthcare: A Critical Appraisal

3 Berkeley Bus. L.J. 2 (Fall 2006)

Ana Morales Olazabal, Loss Causation in Fraud-on-the-Market Causes post-Dura Pharmaceuticals

Yoram Keinan, Playing the Audit Lottery: The Role of Penalties in the U.S. Tax Law in the Aftermath of Long Term Capital Holdings v. United States

Thanos Panagopoulos, Thinking Inside the Box: Analyzing Judicial Scrutiny of Deal Protection Devices in Delaware

Aden R. Pavkov, Ghouls and Godsends? A Critique of “Reverse Merger” Policy

3 Berkeley Bus. L.J. 1 (Fall 2005)

Marc I. Steinberg & Greg Claassen, Attorney Liability Under the State Securities Laws: Landscapes and Minefields

Lynn A. Stout, Share Price as a Poor Criterion for Good Corporate Law

Jonathon C. Lipson, Price, Path & Pride: Third-Party Closing Opinion Practice Among U.S. Lawyers (A Preliminary Investigation)

Andrea M. Matwyshyn, Material Vulnerabilities: Data Privacy, Corporate Information Security, and Securities Regulation

Brett H. McDonnell, Shareholders Bylaws, Shareholder Nominations, and Poison Pills

Adam J. Levitin, The Antitrust Superbowl: America’s Payment Systems, No-Surcharge Rules, and the Hidden Costs of Credit

2 Berkeley Bus. L.J. 2 (Spring 2005)

Beverley Earle & Gerald A. Madek, The New World of Risk for Corporate Attorneys and Their Boards Post-Sarbanes-Oxley: An Assessment of Impact and a Prescription for Action

Georgette Chapman Poindexter, Dequity: The Blurring of Debt and Equity in Securitized Real Estate Financing

Sharon Hannes, Private Benefits of Control, Antitakeover Defenses, and the Perils of Federal Intervention

Daniele Marchesani, The Concept of Autonomy and the Independent Director of Public Corporations

Irit Haviv-Segal, Bankruptcy Law and Inefficient Entitlements

2 Berkeley Bus. L.J. 1 (Symposium 2005)

Paul S. Edwards & Mitu Gulati, Foreword: The Klein Criteria Project

William Klein, Criteria for Good Laws of Business Association

J. Mark Ramseyer, Economizing Legal D-B8

Edmun W. Kitch, The Simplification of the Criteria for Good Corporate Law or Why Corporate Law is Not as Important Anymore

Tomotaka Fujita, Criteria for Good Laws of Business Association: An Outsider’s View

Paul S. Edwards, Organizing the Socio-Legal Study of Business Associations

William W. Bratton, Welfare, Dialectic, and Mediation in Corporate Law

Stephen M. Bainbridge, Competing Concepts of the Corporation (A.K.A. Criteria? Just say No)

Robert B. Thompson, Corporate Law Criteria: Law’s Relation to Private Ordering

David A. Skeel, Jr., Corporate Shaming Revisited,  An Essay for Bill Klein

Stewart Macaulay, Klein and the Contradictions of Corporations Law

Randall S. Thomas, What is Corporate Law’s Place in Promoting Societal Welfare? : An Essay IN Honor of Professor William Klein

Ronald J. Gilson, Separation and the Function of Corporation Law

Lawrence E. Mitchell, Vulnerability and Efficiency (Of What?)

Melvin Aron Eisenberg, The Architecture of American Corporate Law; Facilitation and Regulation

1 Berkeley Bus. L.J. 2. (Fall 2004)

Larry E. Ribstein, Why Corporations?

Brian R. Cheffins & Randall S. Thomas, The Globalization (Americanization?) of Executive Pay

Lucian Arye Bebchuk & Jesse M. Fried, Stealth Compensation via Retirement Benefits

Lawrence A. Cunningham, A New Product for the State Corporation Market: Audit Committee Certifications

Allen Ferrell, Measuring the Effects of Mandated Disclosure