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Customizing Employment Arbitration
(Iowa Law Review, 2012)
According to the dispute resolution literature, one advantage of arbitration over litigation is that arbitration enables the parties to customize their dispute resolution procedures. For example, parties can choose the ...
An Empirical Analysis of Noncompetition Clauses and Other Restrictive Postemployment Covenants
(Vanderbilt Law Review, 2015)
Employment contracts for most employees are not publicly available, leaving researchers to speculate on whether they contain post-employment restrictions on employee mobility, and if so, what those provisions look like. ...
What Should We Do About Multijurisdictional Litigation in M&A Deals?
(Vanderbilt Law Review, 2013)
Many M&A transactions attract shareholder litigation challenging the fairness of the economic terms of the deal for the target shareholders. Since the end of the financial crisis, however, there has been a documented ...
Arbitration Clauses in CEO( Employment Contracts: An Empirical and Theoretical Analysis
(Vanderbilt Law Review, 2010)
A bill currently pending in Congress would render unenforceable mandatory arbitration clauses in all employment contracts. Some perceive these provisions as employer efforts to deprive employees of important legal rights. ...
Should New Zealand Adopt Say on Pay?
(New Zealand Business Law Quarterly, 2013)
Around the globe, the latest fashion in corporate governance circles is "Say on Pay," a shareholder vote – sometimes precatory, other times mandatory – on CEO remuneration. Country after country has adopted Say on Pay in ...
The First Year of "Say on Pay" Under Dodd-Frank: An Empirical Analysis and Look Forward
(George Washington Law Review, 2013)
Using voting data from the first year of “say on pay” votes under Dodd-Frank, we look at the patterns of shareholder voting in advisory votes on executive pay. Consistent with the more limited “say on pay” voting before ...