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