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A Theory of Representative Shareholder Suits and its Application to Multijurisdictional Litigation
(Northwestern University Law Review, 2012)
We develop a theory to explain the uses and abuses of representative shareholder litigation based on its two most important underlying characteristics: the multiple sources of the legal rights being redressed (creating ...
Shareholder Voting in an Age of Intermediary Capitalism
(Southern California Law Review, 2014)
Shareholder voting is a key part of contemporary American corporate governance. As numerous contemporary battles between corporate management and shareholders illustrate, voting has never been more important. Yet, traditional ...